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Deal To Save Child Health Insurance Program Close - White House, US - "It will be the longest single extension for the Children's Health Insurance Program in its history," says Rep. Greg Walden. [Read More]
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Received this e-mail today from U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Jr.'s (D. PA) re-election campaign: I need to talk to you about children's health care: The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which provides coverage to 180,000 Pennsylvania... [Read More]
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Federal funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program lapsed in October, and coverage for 200,000 New Jersey children may end this spring.        ... [Read More]
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CHIP, DACA, and more. There are two kinds of policy stories these days: the ones that are driven by Donald Trump's unusual characteristics as a public figure and party leader, and the ones that are driven by the broadly shared ideological commitments of the contemporary conservative movement. This week saw both trends in effect, with Trump very much driving the bus on the fate of former beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and broad conservative hostility to government social assistance programs driving the bus on the fate of the Children's Health Insurance Program. The two narrative... [Read More]
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Menendez and Pascrell, along with pediatricians and advocates, discuss efforts to restore federal funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which covers 9M children from lower-income families, including 112k in NJ.        ... [Read More]
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In a sign of mounting exasperation with Congress, officials from the Kasich administration and children's hospitals in Ohio called on lawmakers to quickly approve a multi-year extension of a children's health program that provides coverage to as many as 220,000 low-income Ohio children.Although members of the U.S. House and Senate have indicated that next week they will re-authorize what is known as the Children's Health Insurance Program,... [Read More]
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Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) became the 24th co-sponsor Thursday to sign onto legislation to reauthorize federal funding of the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP. [Read More]
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Time is running out for millions of American kids covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). [Read More]
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Stopgap funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program expires Jan. 19. Soon thereafter, states will begin to cut coverage as money runs out, experts say. [Read More]
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Dear Editor:It's been over 100 days since the GOP leadership in Congress let the Children's Health Insurance Program expire, and children and states can't wait any longer. Any spending bill that Congress takes up must inclu... [Read More]
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"It was devastating and terrifying." On December 22, three days before Christmas, Nicole McMinn got a "devastating" letter in the mail. Connecticut health officials wrote to tell her that funding for Husky B, the state's name for its Children's Health Insurance Program, would soon run out, and the program would end on January 31. They would have to buy a health plan for their son through the Affordable Care Act instead at that time. "It was devastating and terrifying," Nicole, who lives in Cheshire with her husband and 2-year-old son, told me by phone. "It basically ruined our holiday."... [Read More]
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Time is running out for millions of American kids covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). [Read More]
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Time is running out for millions of American kids covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). [Read More]
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The health of thousands of Montana children and 9 million other American kids remains a political bargaining chip three months after Congress failed to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program. [Read More]
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Doctors are telling families to refill prescriptions now. Others physicians are giving away drugs to make sure patients have enough if the Children's Health Insurance Program goes unfunded. [Read More]
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Several states, including Pennsylvania, are facing a cutoff of funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program in the next few months. [Read More]
News-Miner opinion: The Children's Health Insurance Program is set to run out of funding in March, but, thankfully, bipartisan support exists to renew it. Each state administers its own version... [Read More]
The Children's Health Insurance Program has few opponents in Washington. Created by Congress 20 years ago, it has been reauthorized repeatedly with bipartisan support. But the program is in danger of becoming a casualty of Republican brinkmanship in Washington. [Read More]
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The political gridlock that has kept Congress from renewing the federal Children's Health Insurance Program is a source of real anxiety to the families who have been using it. [Read More]
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which provides health coverage for 9 million lower-income children, including 400,000 kids who are covered by ARKids... [Read More]
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