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July 01, 2009


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hallo. i was wondering if you could help me please. i have a question regarding child medicaid. if my son who is still under 5 years old has a medicaid from one state, can he also have another medicaid from a different state?

he is currently living under care of my mother in a different state. each time he was sick he was admitted to emergency because we were told that is the only place he could get treatment.

if he can not have two medicaid from two different states, what is the likelihood to transfer back to the original medicaid should we decide to enroll (if accepted) in a different state medicaid?

i highly appreciate your input and thank you


There's a great new report from The Wall Street Transcript that has lots of details on the economics of funeral homes and the whole death industry. It has lots of information that would help with advising your clients. You can get one of the interviews for free with this link:



ALAN J GERSON - the best choice for solving the prevailing issues like overcrowded schools, massive budget cuts, high unemployment rates, and unprecedented cuts to our social services.
So on September 15th when you march to polling station please vote for the humble Alan J Gerson to continue his reform works for a cleaner, greener, safer New York City.


gerson made agreement with the Port Authority to provide soundproofing for residents near ground zero.

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