Just 2 takers for new Ohio health insurance plan
Few have signed on to Ohio's new health insurance program that targets middle-income families. Only four children have qualified for the program since enrollment began in April, and only two of those signed up. According to state officials, the low enrollment can be attributed to families simply not knowing the program exists, as well as its strict requirements.
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