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Medicaid for all… children? Pennsylvania’s Sen. Bob Casey wants to make that a reality

Every child born in America would be automatically enrolled in Medicaid, the publicly funded health program for low-income families, under a new bill introduced in the U.S. Senate. Children are currently eligible for Medicaid if their family’s income is within 133% of the federal poverty rate, or about $39,900 a year for a family of […]

Charting a Path to Equitable Access for PA Early Learning System

The Keystone State has some work to do to provide more access to quality pre-Kindergarten programs for the youngest Pennsylvanians. Only 43% of eligible 3- and-4-year-olds are in high-quality, publicly funded pre-K, leaving more than 87,000 without access, according to the new “State of Early Care and Education in Pennsylvania” report. Maggie Livelsberger, policy director […]