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As Congress and pundits debate ways to stimulate the American economy out of its current recession, lessons learned from the 2003-2004 fiscal relief that included a temporary increase in the federal share of Medicaid spending can be instructive.

Fiscal Fitness: How States Cope: Medicaid relief could be a recession remedy