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Press Release: Up To 1.6 Million Low-Income People - Including About Half A Million Children - Are Losing Health Coverage Due To State Budget Cuts
269K-HTML, 87K-PDF, 10pp.

Losing Out: States Are Cutting 1.2 to 1.6 Million Low-Income People from Medicaid, SCHIP and Other State Health Insurance Programs
Leighton Ku and Sashi Nimalendran
127K-HTML, 139K-PDF, 22pp.

The AARP Ads and the New Medicare Prescription Drug Law
Edwin Park and Robert Greenstein
34K-HTML, 43K-PDF, 7pp.

Statement by Robert Greenstein, Executive Director, Center on Budget And Policy Priorities, Regarding the Signing of the Medicare Prescription Drug Legislation
9K-HTML, 19K-PDF, 1pp.

The Troubling Medicare Legislation
Edwin Park, Melanie Nathanson, Robert Greenstein, and John Springer
Revised 12/8/03
37K-HTML, 45K-PDF, 8pp.

Health Savings Accounts In Final Medicare Conference Agreement Pose Threats Both To Long-Term Fiscal Policy And To The Employer-Based Health Insurance System
Robert Greenstein and Edwin Park
Revised 12/1/03
21K-HTML, 27K-PDF, 4pp.

Medicare Agreement Would Make Substantial Numbers of Seniors and People with Disabilities Worse Off than Under Current Law
Edwin Park and Robert Greenstein
Revised 11/21/03
23K-HTML, 30K-PDF, 3pp.

Press Release: Millions Of Poor Seniors And People with Disabilities Could End Up Worse Off Under New Medicare Agreement
John Springer
Revised 11/21/03
20K-HTML, 28K-PDF, 2pp.

Thousands of Refugees Who are Elderly or Disabled Could Lose Supplemental Security Income in the Coming Months
Shawn Fremstad
Revised 11/14/03
70K-HTML, 59K-PDF, 11pp.

Funding Health Coverage For Low-Income Children In Washington
Leighton Ku and Matthew Broaddus
170K-HTML, 62K-PDF, 11pp.

Medicare "Cost Containment" Proposal Includes Ideologically Loaded Provisions
Richard Kogan, Edwin Park, and Robert Greenstein
Revised 11/7/03
36K-HTML, 57K-PDF, 8pp.

Administration Proposal To Combine The Accounting Of Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, And Prescription Drugs Is Unsound
Richard Kogan and Edwin Park
28K-HTML, 38K-PDF, 5pp.

Report Documents Growing Disparities in Health Care Coverage Between Immigrant and Citizen Children as Congress Debates Immigrant Care Legislation
Leighton Ku
19K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 3pp.

Press Release:
Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Rose in 2002
Leighton Ku
Revised 10/8/03
62K-HTML, 46K-PDF, 6pp.

CDC Data Show Medicaid and SCHIP Played a Critical Counter-Cyclical Role in Strengthening Health Insurance Coverage during the Economic Downturn
Revised 10/8/03
28K-HTML, 59K-PDF, 8pp.

The Six Million Medicare Beneficiaries Excluded from Prescription Drug Benefits Under the Senate Bill Are Disproportionately Minority
Leighton Ku and Matthew Broaddus
15K-HTML, 22K-PDF, 2pp.

About 1.7 Million Medicare Beneficiaries in Rural America Would Be Denied Medicare Prescription Drug Benefits Under the Senate Prescription Drug Bill
Leighton Ku and Matthew Broaddus
25K-HTML, 28K-PDF, 3pp.

Senate Prescription Drug Bill Would Exclude Millions of Low-income Beneficiaries
Melanie Nathanson, Edwin Park and Robert Greenstein
77K-HTML, 95K-PDF, 13pp.

How Many Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries In Each State Would Be Denied The Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit Under The Senate Drug Bill?
Leighton Ku
31K-HTML, 41K-PDF, 6pp.

Press Release: 6.4 Million Medicare Beneficiaries Would Receive No Medicare Drug Coverage Under Senate Drug Bill
John Springer
21K-HTML, 29K-PDF, 3pp.

Preserving Recent Progress on Health Coverage for Children and Families: New Tensions Emerge — A 50-State Update on Eligibility, Enrollment, Renewal and Cost-Sharing Practices in Medicaid and SCHIP (PDF)
Donna Cohen Ross and Laura Cox
2910K-PDF, 82pp.

New Health Savings Security Accounts Could Reduce State Revenues By Up To $30 Billion Over The Next Ten Years
Iris J. Lav and Andrew Lee
25K-HTML, 62K-PDF, 11pp.

Health Savings Security Accounts: A Costly Tax Cut That Could Weaken Employer-Based Health Insurance
Edwin Park, Joel Friedman and Andrew Lee
Revised 7/8/03
115K-HTML, 97K-PDF, 22pp.

What's In A Name? House Bill Would Change Name But Not The Substance Of A Proposed Expansion Of Medical Savings Accounts
Edwin Park and Iris J. Lav
Revised 7/8/03
64K-HTML, 62K-PDF, 12pp.

Press Release: "Health Savings Security Accounts" Proposal In House Could Weaken Employer-Based Health Coverage
John Springer
18K-HTML, 27K-PDF, 2pp.

NGA Medicaid Task Force's Draft Proposal Shifts Fiscal Risks To States And Jeopardizes Health Coverage For Millions
Edwin Park, Cindy Mann, Joan Alker, and Melanie Nathanson
41K-HTML, 54K-PDF, 7pp.

State Fiscal Relief Provides An Opportunity To Safeguard Medicaid Budgets
Leighton Ku
223K-HTML, 41K-PDF, 6pp.

Fact Sheet: Less Money, Greater Risks For States Under Medicaid Block-Grant Proposal
19K-HTML, 24K-PDF, 2pp.

Charging The Poor More For Health Care: Cost-Sharing In Medicaid
Leighton Ku
22K-HTML, 105K-PDF, 21pp.

Proposed Expansion Of Medical Savings Accounts Could Drive Up Insurance Costs And Increase The Number Of Uninsured
Edwin Park and Iris J. Lav
55K-HTML, 61K-PDF, 12pp.

Administration's Proposed Tax Credit For The Purchase Of Health Insurance Could Weaken Employer-Based Health Insurance
Edwin Park
Revised 4/22/03
22K-HTML, 198K-PDF, 17pp.

Administration's Medicaid Proposal Would Shift Fiscal Risks To States
Cindy Mann, Melanie Nathanson, and Edwin Park
Revised 4/22/03
Summary: 21K-HTML, Full Report: 78K-PDF, 17pp.

Noncitizens' Use Of Public Benefits Has Declined Since 1996
Leighton Ku, Shawn Fremstad, and Matthew Broaddus
55K-HTML, 68K-PDF, 14pp.

Proposed State Medicaid Cuts Would Jeopardize Health Insurance Coverage For 1.7 Million People: An Update
Melanie Nathanson and Leighton Ku
Revised 3/21/03
81K-HTM, 100K-PDF, 17pp.

An Illustration of How Much Each State Might Lose in Federal Medicaid and SCHIP Matching Funds Under the House Budget Resolution
Leighton Ku
55K-HTML, 15K-PDF, 1pp.

Administration Proposes Long-Term Care Insurance Deduction and Other Health Tax Cuts That Are Likely To Be Ineffective and Primarily Benefit Higher Income Individuals
Edwin Park
Revised 3/5/03
30K-HTML, 87K-PDF, 6pp.

Shift In Costs From Medicare To Medicaid Is A Principal Reason For Rising State Medicaid Expenditures
Leighton Ku
25K-HTML, 121K-PDF, 3pp.

The Medicaid-Medicare Link: State Medicaid Programs Are Shouldering A Greater Share Of The Costs Of Care For Seniors And People With Disabilities
Leighton Ku
16K-HTML, 210K-PDF, 14pp.

The Bush Administration's Medicaid Proposal Would Shift Risks And Costs To States
Melanie Nathanson and Iris J. Lav
18K-HTML, 54K-PDF, 3pp.

Statement by Robert Greenstein on Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Thompson's Announcement Regarding Medicaid Reform
Robert Greenstein
11K-HTML, 33K-PDF, 1pp.

Why Are States' Medicaid Expenditures Rising?
Leighton Ku and Matthew Broaddus
55K-HTML, 47K-PDF, 14pp.

Children Discharged From Foster Care: Strategies to Prevent the Loss of Health Coverage at a Critical Transition
Pat Redmond
755K-PDF, 37pp.
Copies of this report are available by calling the Kaiser Family Foundation publications request line at 800-656-4533.
Request publication #4095.
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