CHIP Renewed For Six Years As Congress Votes To Reopen Federal Government

(By Julie Rovner for Kaiser Health News)

A brief, partial shutdown of the federal government ended Monday, as the Senate and House approved legislation that would keep federal dollars flowing until Feb. 8, as well as fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program for the next six years.

President Donald Trump signed the bill Monday evening. Continue reading article here…

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