Iowa Senate approves $25 million healthcare expansion
The Iowa Senate has approved a $25 million expansion of the state's healthcare system aimed at providing coverage for most Iowa children. If approved and signed into law, the bill would provide healthcare for virtually all the state's 53,000 children who lack coverage. The measure was approved 42-6 and heads to the Iowa House.
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