Nearly 2 million children could lose health insurance if the CHIP program is not approved
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If the Children’s Health Insurance Program, known as CHIP, doesn’t get reauthorized by Congress, almost 2 million children across 24 states are at risk of losing their health insurance, according to a new study from Georgetown University. With just days to go before the winter break, the stakes are high. What will happen if the program is not approved?
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