Kansas dollars lost while we wait for expansion: $
Today, about 165,000 Kansans currently fall into a health coverage gap. These are hard working men and women here in Kansas who are stuck with few options for affordable health coverage.
Expanding KanCare is a fiscally responsible Kansas-based solution that will cover them and bring hundreds of millions of your federal tax dollars back home to Kansas – helping create jobs, protect rural hospitals and improve the health of Kansans.
A growing alliance of business leaders, health care providers and faith communities recognize how much our state stands to benefit from KanCare expansion. But so far, our Legislative leaders have refused to seriously consider expansion.
Learn more about how expansion will benefit our residents, our health care providers and our economy.
By Rebekah Chung | June 17, 2021 TOPEKA (KSNT) — The Supreme Court dismissed challenges to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from GOP-led states, in a ruling on Thursday. The governor applauded the Supreme Court’s decision with the following statement. “Today’s Supreme Court decision is a victory for more than one million Kansans with a […]
Statement by April Holman, executive director of the Alliance for a Healthy Kansas, on today’s ruling by the Supreme Court to dismiss the challenge to the Affordable Care Act: Today’s ruling to reaffirm the ACA by dismissing the latest legal challenge is a huge victory for all Kansans. The ACA has been a lifeline for […]
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Louise Lynch is from Kansas City. She is a caregiver for her husband and daughter. Louise and her husband have health insurance, but their daughter does not. She previously had been covered under her parents’ plan but after she turned 26 (the cut-off age under federal law) that was no longer an option. Life without […]