Undocumented children can now get public health insurance in New Jersey
By Karen Yi
Suma Setty, a senior policy analyst at the Center for Law and Social Policy , said New Jersey’s expansion will improve public health in the state.
“Because they lack access, uninsured children might suffer higher rates of untreated asthma and diabetes and they might miss out on interventions at a critical stage in their life,” she said.
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