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When the federal government conducts medical reviews of low-income children who are receiving disability benefits, what portion of the reviews find that the children are ineligible for these benefits?

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Such medical reviews find that 32% of low-income children receiving disability benefits are not eligible for these benefits. These reviews are typically performed on children whose disabilities are not considered permanent, and hence, this 32% figure is not representative of all low-income children receiving disability benefits.

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