Ohio may allow Medicaid to pay for in-home care

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland's two-year budget plan is expected to include provisions to extend Medicaid benefits to in-home or assisted-living options for people who don't want to go to a nursing home. The move could result in significant savings for the state, especially as more people in an aging population become eligible for such care.

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