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.
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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.
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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.
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Kids eligible for Medicaid insurance should have 12 months of continuous coverage.
The bills address seven key health coverage topics.
There are three actions Texas can and should take today to lower the costs of health insurance for people with pre-existing conditions.
Texas has the nation's worst uninsured rate for kids and adults - and it's getting worse.
Texas health care advocates are appalled by the ruling against the ACA.
If Texas wants to do something about health care.
Half of the women between the ages of 15 and 44 in Dallas county are uninsured.
Local groups are helping Texans sign up and get financial assistance.
December 10th is the last day to send in your comments.
Texas has the worst rate of uninsured children in the US.
Health care politics and Texas politics are changing.