Employed but not insured: a state-by-state analysis of the number of low-income working parents who lack health insurance
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 1999 - Business & Economics - 40 pages
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States with Particularly Limited Medicaid Coverage for Low
HI State Medicaid Coverage for Parents
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100 percent 3-4 and Tables Appendix apply to parents applying for Medicaid category that provides confidence interval cover parents coverage to low-income coverage to parents Current Population Survey Delaware District of Columbia earnings thresholds eligible for coverage eligible for Medicaid enrolled in Medicaid expand Medicaid expanded coverage families with children family coverage category family of three federal law federal Medicaid matching found eligible Hawaii health insurance higher income levels hours a week income and resources income below 100 ineligible Louisiana low-income working parents Medicaid coverage medically needy category medically needy eligibility Minnesota Missouri Missouri and Wisconsin month needy eligibility category North Carolina North Dakota Oregon parents already enrolled parents in single-parent parents in two-parent parents with income poverty level provides coverage provides Medicaid Rhode Island rules that apply single-parent families state-specific table is based TANF recipients three with countable three-person family uninsured rate Vermont West Virginia Wisconsin YES YES