The Legislature must reduce the uninsured rate.
Health coverage should be a top priority for the next legislative session.
Texans are fighting to make health coverage the priority next Lege session.
The administration’s refusal to properly fund the Affordable Care Act’s Navigator program hurts many Texans who need specialized in-person assistance to keep their health insurance.
Get the latest on the administration's new public charge rule.
New U.S. Census data show the number of uninsured Texans in 2018 was 5 million—186,000 more than in 2017.
All Texans should have access to affordable, high-quality health care.
After the Lege failed to address the issue, they should make it a priority for the next legislative session.
The rule will scare families into pulling US citizen kids out of health coverage.
Stop attacking the ACA — and reduce the TX uninsured rate!
The Affordable Care Act Marketplace significantly increases access to health coverage in Texas.
Poll after poll shows Texans want lawmakers to focus on improving access to health care.
The newly passed Medicaid managed care reforms above are worth celebrating, yet advocates must continue to push for more reform.
This trend comes amid broader efforts to restrict access to health coverage and discourage participation by legal immigrants.
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We’re deeply disappointed that our state leaders have once again failed to support the health of Texas moms in low-wage jobs.
See how your Rep voted & urge the TX Senate to quickly pass the bill.
They are voting on the top recommendation from the Maternal Mortality Task Force.
Texans are watching to see if the Legislature passes the Children's Health Coverage Bill.
State leaders are ignoring the state's sky-high uninsured rate.
Urge state leaders to schedule a vote for HB 342 and SB 637.
Urge the Senate to hold a hearing on the bill.
Nominate a healthcare champion today.
Here are five one-pagers in favor of HB 342, the Children’s Health Coverage Bill.
Contact your state legislators about the Children's Health Coverage Bill.
We were disappointed to lose the vote, but we are encouraged by the strong debate on the House floor.
Call your Representatives TODAY and urge them to support the amendment by Rep. Bucy to expand Medicaid.
There has been some incredible energy calling for Medicaid expansion in Texas.
Here are 3 ways to support the bill.