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  • State Medicaid pilot project aims at savings

    State officials say they’ve crafted a plan that could improve health care for Washington’s poorest people. At a public forum Wednesday in Spokane, officials unveiled a five-year pilot program they …


  • State agrees to cover therapy for autistic children on Medicaid

    After three children, Jennifer Collins thought she had it down. But it became clear early on that her youngest son was struggling. Derek began talking late. He struggled with focus, …


  • Crowd decries social, health services cuts

    Saying the state government now faces “one of its hardest moments since the Great Depression,” the head of the Washington Department of Social and Health Services brought bad news Wednesday …


  • State’s health fund shrinks

    OLYMPIA – The fund that covers state workers’ health care is strapped for cash because the state cut its premium payments by hundreds of millions of dollars, using that money …


  • Wash. state workers’ health care fund strapped

    OLYMPIA – The fund that covers state workers’ health care is strapped for cash because the state cut its premium payments by hundreds of millions of dollars, using that money …

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