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July 13, 2009
Montgomery Advertiser, Markeshia Ricks

In just three months, thousands of additional Alabama children will have greater access to health care. Though it wasn't in the budget that Gov. Bob Riley recommended earlier this year, the state Legislature was able to pass a budget that included an expansion of the state children's health insurance program. It's a move that policy experts said cements the state's role as a leader in providing health insurance to children. To continue reading full article, click here.