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
Texas continues to be one of the 10 worst states for kids based on the 2019 KIDS COUNT Data Book released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The report shows Texas ranking 41st out of the 50 states
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
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
Recently there has been some incredible energy calling for Medicaid expansion in Texas. In fact, for the first time in several years, a public hearing took place at the Texas Capitol on legislation to expand Medicaid on March 5.
The new proposed “Public Charge” rule was published on October 10, 2018. Check out the new fact sheet from CPPP for instructions on how to leave a comment. Texas parents should never have to avoid getting food, housing,
On September 12, the U.S. Census released the newest numbers counting Americans without health insurance. Disappointingly, the data show that the number of uninsured Texans in 2017 was 272,000 more than in 2016. After three straight years of historic improvements