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Proposals that would reduce and cap federal Medicaid funding may pose a particular risk to children with special health care needs. Notably, proposals that would exempt spending for children who are eligible based on a disability would not reach all children with special health care needs, many of whom are eligible based on low family income. Although efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and cap federal Medicaid funding through a block grant or per capita cap were narrowly defeated in Congress in 2017, some states, such as Utah and Tennessee, recently passed legislation to seek capped federal Medicaid funding through a Section 1115 waiver. While all of these state proposals may not include children, Tennessee’s legislation does incorporate children, including those with special health care needs. 11 The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services reportedly is considering issuing guidance to states on Section 1115 waivers that would cap federal Medicaid financing. A program-wide federal financing cap also is proposed in President Trump’s FY 2020 budget. 12 Depending on how they are structured, these policies could have consequences on Medicaid coverage, services, and access to care for children with special health care needs.
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