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Missouri Legislature Tries To Back Out Of Voter-Approved Medicaid Expansion

Missouri Legislature Tries To Back Out Of Voter-Approved Medicaid Expansion

Missouri Lawmakers May Refuse To Fund State's Medicaid Expansion : Shots - Health News Missouri Republicans are trying to avoid funding an expansion that would give 275,000 people health insurance. Democrats argue they are pushing ideology over the will of the people.Sebastián Martínez ValdiviaFromIt is hard to qualify for Medicaid as an adult in Missouri. Childless adults aren't eligible for coverage through the state's program — dubbed MO HealthNet — at all, and parents can't make more than 21% of the federal poverty level: $5,400 in 2021 for a family of three. That was all set to change...

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Missouri ‘Voted for This Lie,’ Says State Rep Trying to Block Medicaid Expansion

Missouri ‘Voted for This Lie,’ Says State Rep Trying to Block Medicaid Expansion

It is hard to qualify for Medicaid as an adult in Missouri. Single adults aren’t eligible for coverage through the state’s program — dubbed MO HealthNet — at all, and parents can’t make more than 21% of the federal poverty level: $5,400 in 2021 for a family of three.This story is part of a partnership that includes ,  and KHN. It can beThat was all set to change on July 1 because of a constitutional amendment voters approved last summer, which made Missouri the 38th state to expand Medicaid coverage through the Affordable Care Act. Single adults would be covered if they made under around...

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In Rural Missouri, Latinos Learn to Contain and Cope With the Coronavirus

In Rural Missouri, Latinos Learn to Contain and Cope With the Coronavirus

This story is part of a partnership that includes , and Kaiser Health News.Francisco Bonilla is a pastor in Carthage, Missouri, tending to the spiritual needs of the town’s growing Latino community. He’s also a media personality, broadcasting his voice far beyond the walls of Casa de Sanidad. Bonilla runs a low-power, Spanish-language radio station from the church.He mainly uses the station to broadcast sermons and religious music. But these days he is also focused on COVID-19: explaining the illness and its symptoms, updating his listeners with the newest case counts and bringing on...

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Some Latinx Communities In The Midwest Struggle To Follow Coronavirus Safety Measures

Some Latinx Communities In The Midwest Struggle To Follow Coronavirus Safety Measures

Some Latinx Communities In The Midwest Struggle To Follow Coronavirus Safety Measures Latinx communities have been disproportionately hit by the coronavirus. But helping recent immigrants understand how to protect themselves is complicated, especially in rural areas.Toggle more optionsHeard onFromToggle more optionsLatinx communities have been disproportionately hit by the coronavirus. But helping recent immigrants understand how to protect themselves is complicated, especially in rural areas.ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:In the Midwest, some of the worst coronavirus outbreaks have occurred at meat or...

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