If the 9 million American children without health insurance held hands, they would easily stretch from coast to coast.
Brenda Tinch's son is one of those children. Tinch and her husband, whose job does not offer health benefits, struggle every month to pay for asthma medication. They've had to put off bills and borrow from the family members and fellow churchgoers.
"Without being able to provide for my kids," said Tinch, "it's a helpless feeling."
That's how Akia Anderson feels, too. Her...Full Story