Mia Centeno, 8, colors and signs Christmas gift tags on the dining table while her mother, Nayeli Macias, prepares dinner in their Nampa home. Mia has a rare disorder — one extra bone in her foot — and CHIP (the Children’s Health Insurance Program) helps make her medical care affordable.
Mia Centeno, 8, colors and signs Christmas gift tags on the dining table while her mother, Nayeli Macias, prepares dinner in their Nampa home. Mia has a rare disorder — one extra bone in her foot — and CHIP (the Children’s Health Insurance Program) helps make her medical care affordable. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Mia Centeno, 8, colors and signs Christmas gift tags on the dining table while her mother, Nayeli Macias, prepares dinner in their Nampa home. Mia has a rare disorder — one extra bone in her foot — and CHIP (the Children’s Health Insurance Program) helps make her medical care affordable. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

If Congress doesn’t save kids’ health insurance, it will cost Idaho millions

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