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Alicia Celaya, David Cardenas and their son Adrian, 3, in Phoenix in April. Celaya and her family will lose their Medicaid coverage later this year, a result of a year-long nationwide review of the Medicaid enrollees that will require states to remove people whose incomes are now too high for the program.
Matt York
As states begin to require people to requalify for the free health insurance, many who are eligible are losing coverage because of administrative snafus.