Access to quality, affordable health care for all is at the core of our mission. We work to protect and improve access to quality public and private insurance, mental health care, and basic health needs for all Texans.
Texas is one of the hungriest states in the nation, and one of the heaviest. These problems are related as poor Texans struggle to provide a healthy diet for their families. We are dedicated to achieving food security and reducing obesity for all Texans.
The Affordable Care Act Marketplace Significantly Increases Access to Health Coverage in Texas In Texas, a little more than 1 million people bought coverage for 2019
Poll after poll shows Texans want lawmakers to focus on improving access to health care; not taking it away. Unfortunately, a lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton – Texas v. United States – would do just that by
Misguided numbers trick would “move the goal posts” and reduce health care, food, housing benefits and more for millions of Americans Update: Read CPPP’s Public Comment Opposing the New
As CPPP observes Memorial Day and the 2019 Texas Legislative session wraps up, we offer three “Top 5” lists to provide some perspective on lawmakers’ track record over the last 140 days. These lists are specific to CPPP’s priorities — ensuring
Will the reforms survive to become law this Legislative session? Legislation to improve health care for Medicaid participants and improve insurer performance and accountability is at risk of failing to become law due to late-hour conflicts and legislative process delays. Will
Here’s how to fight back if your health insurance plan has denied services or has unequal coverage. CPPP has created and compiled these resources to help individuals, behavior health providers, and advocates fight back when they see unequal coverage for mental
Surprise medical bills are a big problem for Texans, as shown by numerous recent media stories. Fortunately, the 2019 Texas Legislature
State Sen. José Menendez and State Rep. Eddie Lucio III have introduced good companion bills (SB 2407 /
More than 10 percent of Texas children lack health insurance, giving Texas the worst uninsured rate for children in the country. Our state legislative session is now more than halfway over, and lawmakers have yet to pass any meaningful legislation