An analysis of proposed Medicaid cuts for lower-income adults found that several thousand will likely drop health insurance or use it less often because their options on the state’s health exchange will be too expensive.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed 2016-17 budget includes changes in eligibility for parents to avail themselves of HUSKY A insurance, a plan that now covers some 34,000 adults.

The analysis was done by the Connecticut Health Foundation in conjunction with the Center for Health Law and Economics at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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