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  • For Idaho couple caught in Medicaid gap, life is about just ‘hanging on’

    Bernice Olivas has a Ph.D. — and several part-time jobs. Her husband, Logan Carraway, is challenged by a serious medical diagnosis. Together, they are caught in Idaho’s Medicaid gap.

Bernice Olivas has a Ph.D. — and several part-time jobs. Her husband, Logan Carraway, is challenged by a serious medical diagnosis. Together, they are caught in Idaho’s Medicaid gap. Travis Maier For the Idaho Statesman
Bernice Olivas has a Ph.D. — and several part-time jobs. Her husband, Logan Carraway, is challenged by a serious medical diagnosis. Together, they are caught in Idaho’s Medicaid gap. Travis Maier For the Idaho Statesman

For Idaho family caught in Medicaid gap, life is about just ‘hanging on’

August 22, 2017 11:16 PM