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2018 Wyoming Legislature

Sen. Larry Hicks listens to Gov. Matt Mead's State of the State address on Feb. 12 during the joint session of the Wyoming Legislature at the Jonah Business Center in Cheyenne. Hicks has sponsored legislation that would add a work requirement to Wyoming's Medicaid program. Officials estimate it would affect at least 2,500 of the program's nearly 60,000 regular recipients.

How could the state best cut Medicaid costs without affecting its most vulnerable residents? 

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