Kicked off Medicaid: Millions at risk as states trim rolls 

ALICIA CELAYA and her son, Adrian Cardenas, 3, are shown at their home, in Phoenix. Celaya and her family will lose their medicaid coverage later this year, a result of a year-long nationwide review of the 84 million Medicaid enrollees that will require states to remove people whose incomes are now too high for the program. /ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO / MATT YORK
WASHINGTON (AP) – Days out from a surgery and with a young son undergoing chemotherapy, Kyle McHenry was scrambling to figure out if his Florida family will still be covered by Medicaid come Monday.  One form on the state's website said coverage for their sick 5-year-old son, Ryder, had been denied. But another said the…

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