States expand SCHIP to cover 250,000 more children

08/6/2009 | United Press International

Officials said 14 states plan to use $33 million in government money to increase health coverage through the State Children's Health Insurance Program for about 250,000 children. The administration also has removed a directive that prevented states from expanding SCHIP coverage for working-poor families who don't qualify for Medicaid but can't afford insurance.

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