The Impact of Medicaid Restructuring on Young Children
America’s Babies Need Affordable Health Care: The Impact of Medicaid Restructuring on Young Children
More than 37 million children in low-income families are insured by Medicaid, which also covers almost half (45%) of all births in the country. It serves as a crucial source of coverage for preventative and early intervention services for the most vulnerable children and families, giving them the strong start they need to thrive. Read more about how babies would be affected by potential cuts and restructuring of this program with a 50-year history of protecting babies’ health and well-being.
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