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  • Idaho's health coverage gap

    More than 78,000 Idahoans do not qualify for Medicaid but also do not make enough money for assistance through the state insurance exchange. A legislative working group convened in 2016 for a day-long meeting on that "Medicaid gap" that included public testimony — more than 50 people signed up. Listen to a selection of citizens, including some from a pre-testimony press conference.

More than 78,000 Idahoans do not qualify for Medicaid but also do not make enough money for assistance through the state insurance exchange. A legislative working group convened in 2016 for a day-long meeting on that "Medicaid gap" that included public testimony — more than 50 people signed up. Listen to a selection of citizens, including some from a pre-testimony press conference. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
More than 78,000 Idahoans do not qualify for Medicaid but also do not make enough money for assistance through the state insurance exchange. A legislative working group convened in 2016 for a day-long meeting on that "Medicaid gap" that included public testimony — more than 50 people signed up. Listen to a selection of citizens, including some from a pre-testimony press conference. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Idaho considers a new approach to health insurance for sick and working poor

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