Kids' Health at Risk as Politicians Argue

Michael Post is a Georgia preacher who believes in less government and more personal responsibility. But he says having a daughter with severe autism has taught him he must depend on government for some things. Therapy for his daughter Cadence, who is 4, costs $25,000 per year, roughly half the family income. She would not be getting that therapy if it were not for a government insurance program for children called SCHIP, or State Children's Health Insurance Program, that is funded with both...Full Story
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