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Center for Children and Families (CCF)

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June 2006: But the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured has warned that the benefits of many citizens will be delayed or denied. Cindy Mann, director of the Center for Children and Family at Georgetown University's Health Policy Institute, suggested that at least 3 million citizens could be stripped of coverage.


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Owned by (partial or full, past or present) Georgetown University Organization Jul 1, 2006
Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Prof. Cindy Mann Esq. Person Jul 1, 2006

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Aug 21, 2007 New Bush Policies Limit Reach of Child Insurance Plan

QUOTE: New administrative hurdles... are aimed at preventing parents with private insurance for their children from availing of the government-subsidized State Children's Health Insurance Program. But Democrats and children's advocates said that the announcement will jeopardize coverage for children whose parents work at jobs that do not provide employer-paid insurance.

Washington Post
Jun 30, 2006 Medicaid Rule Called A Threat To Millions: Proof of Citizenship Needed for Benefits

QUOTE: A Medicaid rule takes effect tomorrow that will require more than 50 million poor Americans to prove their citizenship or lose their medical benefits or long-term care. Under the rule, intended to curb fraud by illegal immigrants...unintended consequence of harming several million U.S. citizens who, for a variety of reasons, will not be able to produce the necessary paperwork.

Washington Post