The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides health insurance to nine million children across the country. Congress has allowed this program to expire and if action is not taken soon to restore funding, many children in the program will be unable to see doctors for routine checkups, vaccinations, sick visits, etc. Both the House and Senate have proposed legislation to extend the program for five more years, but the bills still need to pass through the legislative process.
Contact your House Representatives and Senators and tell them it is essential to reauthorize CHIP!
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