JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri lawmakers have scrapped a proposal to conduct random drug tests on Medicaid recipients for fear it could have cost more than $4 billion, the full amount of Medicaid money the state gets from the federal government.
Medicaid drug tests eliminated
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