Maryland to seek children eligible for insurance
Baltimore Sun, January 4, 2008
Maryland health officials are hoping to team with Comptroller Peter Franchot this spring for a statewide effort to identify more children who are eligible for federally funded health insurance. Under the plan, Franchot's office would search through state income-tax records to find families with incomes that qualify them for participation in the State Children's Health Insurance Program, and then send letters notifying them that the program is available.
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