New Jersey moves closer to universal healthcare
New Jersey took a step toward becoming one of the first states with universal healthcare after lawmakers approved a bill expanding a health insurance program for low-income families. Lawmakers included $8.9 million in a bill that would require all children in the state to have health insurance and expand FamilyCare, the state health insurance program, to include more poor parents.
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