About half of the cost savings created by the $15 billion "rescissions" package approved by the US House come from cuts to the Children's Health Insurance Program, which helps children from low-income families get access to health care. Education advocates have criticized the potential cuts, which still need to pass in the Senate.
Proposed federal cuts include $7B hit to CHIP
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