Texans want state leaders to do more to solve state’s health care crisis

More than two-thirds of Texans say state lawmakers are not doing enough to help low-income adults get the health care they need, including working to reduce the number of women who die in childbirth, pushing for lower drug prices, and boosting access to insurance, a new survey of state attitudes has found. By nearly the same percentage, the majority of Texans think the solution is an expansion of Medicaid....

5 Published By - Houston Chronicle - News - 2018.06.14. 07:00
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