N.J. expands health insurance to more low-income children

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New Jersey increasing medical health insurance to extra low-income youngsters


New Jersey increasing medical health insurance to extra low-income youngsters

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MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey is increasing medical health insurance to extra low-income youngsters. As of January 1, this system is now open to youngsters no matter immigration standing.

Gov. Phil Murphy highlighted the change Wednesday.

“It is a big big step in the present day,” stated Murphy. “In spite of everything, this isn’t known as cowl some youngsters or cowl most children, that is known as Cowl All Youngsters.”

About 47,000 youngsters have already been enrolled.

The change means about 16,000 extra youngsters can be eligible for the NJ FamilyCare program.

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