Health insurance trends point to an increase in uninsured children in New York and New Jersey

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Carol Rapaport; Reagan Murray;
  • Subject: Insurance, Health ; Federal Reserve District, 2nd ; Public welfare ; New York (State) ; New Jersey

Between 1988 and 1997, the percentage of children in New York and New Jersey receiving public health insurance increased modestly, while the percentage of children with private insurance showed a sharp decline. The net effect of these changes has been a marked rise in t... View more
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