NEW REPORT: 2020 Uninsured Kids Explainer

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In the years leading up to the pandemic Idaho had experienced unprecedented increases in its child uninsured rate, putting Idaho kids in a vulnerable position even before the public health crisis began. Based on pandemic-related challenges, the 2020 Census ACS health insurance data will not be released, but this brief overviews what we do know about children’s coverage in 2020.

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