A little-noticed provision in the House of Representatives healthcare reform bill would make health coverage for New York children far more expensive. The House bill that was passed on Saturday repeals the Children's Health Insurance Program by 2013. All children in CHIP would move into insurance exchanges, Medicaid or employer plans, with far higher monthly premiums.
House bill bad for NY's child health coverage
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