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  • Marian Wright Edelman 11/13/09
    Child Watch® Column: "Amen! Rev. Dr. Ray Hammond and Ella"
    On November 4, 2009, about 4,000 babies in strollers, young children, parents, youths, teachers, child care providers, doctors, and grandparents rallied and strolled all around our U.S. Capitol. We told Congress that millions of children must not be left worse off after health reform and that the effective and cost effective Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) should be kept and improved rather than eliminated as the House health reform bill would do.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 11/06/09
    Child Watch® Column: "Adults! Stand Up and Help Prevent Millions of Children From Being Worse – Rather Than Better – Off After Health Reform"
    Health reform bills pending in the House and the Senate would make millions of children worse off after health reform than they are now. This must not happen. The House bill eliminates the successful Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in 2013 and would move millions of children who had been in CHIP to a completely new, untested and far more expensive Health Insurance Exchange where parents will end up paying more for their children to receive fewer assured benefits.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 10/30/09
    Child Watch® Column: "What Are America's Real Values?"
    What is a child's life worth? What is a child's health worth? What is a child's spirit, battered by preventable suffering and chronic disease, worth? What are a child's hope and ability to learn worth? What are the true values of the world's richest nation that is so spiritually poor that it even debates whether it can afford to give all its children the basic right to health care?
  • Marian Wright Edelman 10/23/09
    Child Watch® Column: "Can Children Get Congress To Protect Their Health?"
    In 1931, Grace Abbott, the Chief of the U.S. Children's Bureau, gave a speech about her long and frustrating workdays in our nation's capital trying to advocate for children's needs. She said she felt all alone standing with her baby carriage on the sidewalk watching a great traffic jam moving toward the Capitol where Congress sits.
  • 10/22/09
    Profile of America's Uninsured Children
    This factsheet provides a statistical breakdown of the uninsured child population in America, including by race/ethnicity, age, income, citizenship and state.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 10/16/09
    Child Watch® Column: "The Annual National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® Celebration"
    For many people of faith who care about children's needs, the third weekend of October is a special celebration. Each year, on this weekend, thousands of churches, synagogues, mosques and temples across the country hold special worship services, education programs and advocacy activities to engage people of faith in the lives of children and their families.
  • 10/01/09
    Children's Health Coverage State Fact Sheets
    These factsheets provide basic stats and rankings regarding children's health coverage in each state including data on the uninsured, those enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP, income eligibility and enrollment procedures.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 09/25/09
    Child Watch® Column: "A Child's Race Against a Deadly Disease"
    Two-year-old Case Hogan is a bright, happy child with a sunshine smile who is in a desperate race against a degenerative disease that is causing the gradual deterioration of his body. A medical diagnosis revealed that Case has Hunters Syndrome, also known as MPS II.
  • Marian Wright Edelman 09/18/09
    Child Watch® Column: "Child Health as a Critical National Security Issue"
    In April 2005, a group of scholars at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services published a policy brief on "National Security and U.S. Child Health Policy: The Origins and Continuing Role of Medicaid and EPSDT."
  • 09/17/09
    Without Improvements Health Reform Could Leave Millions of Children Worse Off
    Health reform is taking shape in a way that could leave millions of children worse–rather than better–off at the same time that insurance companies and drug companies stand to make billions in additional profits. Under the current health proposals, millions of children could face higher costs for health coverage and have fewer benefits. Health care reform is complicated, but ensuring that children have access to the health care they need to grow up healthy is not. This factsheet details the three elements that would make it simple for all children to enroll in affordable and comprehensive health coverage, no matter what type of health care system Congress decides to implement.
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