Tens of thousands of low-income pregnant women and children in the central San Joaquin Valley rely on the Children’s Healthcare Insurance Program that could run out of federal funding at the end of this year.
Tens of thousands of low-income pregnant women and children in the central San Joaquin Valley rely on the Children’s Healthcare Insurance Program that could run out of federal funding at the end of this year. HECTOR AMEZCUA The Fresno Bee
Tens of thousands of low-income pregnant women and children in the central San Joaquin Valley rely on the Children’s Healthcare Insurance Program that could run out of federal funding at the end of this year. HECTOR AMEZCUA The Fresno Bee

Without action by Congress, this health program for kids and pregnant women is at risk

November 30, 2017 06:47 PM

UPDATED December 01, 2017 10:59 AM

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