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An entitlement program that benefits low-income families, some people with disabilities, and elderly people in nursing homes is _____.a)Social Security b)mandatory spending c)Medicaid d)Medicare
An entitlement program that benefits low-income families, some people with disabilities, and elderly people in nursing homes is Medicaid.
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An entitlement program that benefits low-income families, some people with disabilities, and elderly people in nursing homes is Medicaid.
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