Brisk cut-off for parents on Medicaid
CHICAGO (AP) — Jennifer Bowman makes less than $2,000 a month and says she can't afford to see a doctor after she loses Medicaid coverage on July 1.
The 24-year-old single mother has one advantage, though, over thousands of working parents who also will lose coverage. She knows about it.
Health insurance coverage is ending in three weeks for Bowman and more than 25,000 Illinois working parents — and most of them don't know it yet. Bowman only knows because she works for a county health department.
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