Changes in Federal Aid to States and Local Governments: 1975-93

June 1995
Health Care Financing Review;Summer95 Supplement, Vol. 16, p140
Academic Journal
The article offers a look at the changes in federal aid to states and local governments in the U.S. between 1975 and 1993. During the period, an increase in the distribution of federal aid to states and local governments shifted to Medicaid was reported. While a slight decrease was reported in family support payments as a proportion of federal aid payments.


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