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Thousands of Pennsylvania Medicaid Recipients Could Lose Coverage Later This Year

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, enrollment in Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program increased by more than 600,000 people. But, WESA’s Kate Giammarise says some of those people will be at risk of losing their coverage later this year.

Read the full story at: https://www.wesa.fm/politics-government/2022-03-02/as-covid-19-subsides-thousands-of-pennsylvanians-could-lose-medicaid-coverage

(Original air-date: 3/4/22)

Kate Giammarise focuses her reporting on poverty, social services and affordable housing. Before joining WESA, she covered those topics for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for nearly five years; prior to that, she spent several years in the paper’s Harrisburg bureau covering the legislature, governor and state government. She was part of the P-G staff that won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting on the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.