Lessons from the Medicaid Expansions For Children and Pregnant Women: Implications For Current Policy

Testimony

Lessons from the Medicaid Expansions For Children and Pregnant Women: Implications For Current Policy

Testimony before the House Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Health

Abstract

Extending health insurance coverage to more children is currently of considerable policy interest as evidenced by the number of bills so far introduced in the 105th Congress. While only one of the legislative initiatives on child health insurance coverage proposes expansions of the Medicaid program, the experience of the Medicaid expansions for children and pregnant women is relevant for today's policy debate.

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