Politicians Bicker; Clock Ticks on Kids' Health

Michael Post, a minister, and his wife Connie, who works for a small business, earn too much to qualify for Medicaid. But, private insurance is out of reach for the Dalton, Ga., family — nor would it cover therapy for their 4-year-old daughter Cadence, who is autistic. "It just seems those of us in the middle class are sort of squeezed out. We pay taxes. We fund Medicaid programs for lower-income [people]," says Connie. "We just want an insurance program we can afford, and it's hard to...Full Story
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