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Kansas to add health care services for developmentally disabled

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TOPEKA, Kan. — Gov. Sam Brownback's administration says it expects the state to get federal permission soon to add long-term services for Kansans with developmental disabilities to KanCare on Feb. 1. Those services were taken out of the Medicaid managed care plan that began Jan. 1 after intense lobbying by disability advocacy groups. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports...

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