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GOP Medicaid block grant proposals would hold annual spending increases to between 4% and 5%.

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MEDICAID BLOCK GRANTS IN GOP BUDGETS WOULD RESTRICT SPENDING INCREASES to 4% per year in the House version and 5% in the Senate. Based on a figure of $89.2 bil. spent by the federal government for Medicaid in FY 1995, the House GOP budget proposal would have the federal government spend $123.7 bil. in FY 2002; the Senate proposal would reach $125 bil. after seven years -- a reduction of $175 bil. for the seven-year period compared to current projections.
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