Medicaid caps in health care bills could push more special needs costs onto schools

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More than 118,000 students with special needs in Wisconsin schools receive services during the school day funded in part by Medicaid. But since both the House and Senate health care bills put caps on Medicaid funding to states, that could leave school districts on the hook. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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