Facing growing resistance to Medicaid costs, the Obama administration's Health and Human Services secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, sent a letter to states last week noting the "urgency of your state budget concerns" and suggesting some minor program changes to save money. In The Wall Street Journal, Associate Editor Peter Suderman writes that the suggested changes aren't enough.
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