Children’s health insurance hits wall on growth
AP/The Tennessean, December 26, 2007
The modest spending increase that Congress approved for a popular children's health insurance program will maintain coverage for those already enrolled, but many lacking insurance will have to look elsewhere. Few expected such a result when 2007 began. Democrats proposed a huge spending increase on the federal-state partnership known as the State Children's Health Insurance Program.
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