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    Kansas medical providers are set to get a boost after the legislature and Gov. Sam Brownback restored a 4 percent cut to Kansas Medicaid, or KanCare. It will improve cash flow at KidsTLC, a mental health provider in Olathe.

Children's health gets KanCare boost

Kansas medical providers are set to get a boost after the legislature and Gov. Sam Brownback restored a 4 percent cut to Kansas Medicaid, or KanCare. It will improve cash flow at KidsTLC, a mental health provider in Olathe.
Andy Marso The Kansas City Star