Uninsured Americans, Part II

More on a topic from Monday, specifically, the number of people without health insurance.

John Graham of the Pacific Research Institute writes:

A report from UCLA’s Center for Health Policy Research figures that 900,000 Californian children are eligible for government programs, but not enrolled. So, nearly two thirds of California’s children who reportedly suffer from lack of health insurance in fact suffer only from parents who haven’t signed them up.

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