Angelique Smith came from Lakewood, Colo., with her 5-year-old son, Malachi, hoping to persuade lawmakers to provide funds for the continuation of CHIP.View Press Coverage
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But Erin Miller, vice president of health initiatives with the Colorado Children’s Campaign, says those reserves are almost tapped, and unless Congress restores funding, some 90,000 children and pregnant women who rely on the program annually could lose coverage.View Press Coverage
“The reason why some people like tax credits … really comes from the fact that you’re just declining revenue,” said Bill Jaeger, vice president of early childhood initiatives at the Colorado Children’s Campaign. “You’re not necessarily building new government programs.”View Press Coverage
DENVER, Colo. – We continue to follow developments surrounding the Children’s Health Insurance Program or CHIP. Parents all across the state got a letter last month to tell them, funding for their child’s health insurance has run out.View Press Coverage
The “opportunity gap” between Colorado’s children of color and white kids has narrowed but isn’t going away, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that measures education, health and economic milestones by racial and ethnic groups.View Press Coverage