Advocates: Rule knocks Mississippi poor off Medicaid
Associated Press, April 3, 2009
Poor Mississippi residents who rely on state and federal health insurance must show up in person at a Medicaid office every year to renew health coverage for themselves and their children. Advocates say the four-year-old policy means children are being denied insurance because their parents don't have transportation or can't take time off from work.
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