Texas Women Needed Help From the Legislature. They Didn’t Get It.

Dallas Observer

By: Stephen Young

More than 25% of Texas women between ages 18 and 44 don’t have health insurance coverage. That’s one of the biggest takeaways from a new study into the effects of Medicaid expansion on maternal health from the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. Texas’ uninsured rate for women of child-bearing age is the highest in the United States, just like the state’s overall uninsured rate. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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