Children’s health insurance bill no longer on the table in TX
Texas lawmakers killed the bill that would have expanded the Children's Health Insurance Program in the state. The bill would have made available subsidized health insurance for an additional 80,000 Texas children by raising eligibility for CHIP to 300% of poverty, or a maximum income of $66,540 a year for a family of four.
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