How Medicaid Lowers High School Dropout Rates and Leads to More College Grads

The Washington Post

June 5, 2014


We often talk about the first-order benefits of health care, the wounds treated or diseases caught when families and children have the luxury of visiting a doctor. Many of the second- and third-order benefits are harder to see, whether they take the form of money not spent treating illness, or lifestyles that are possible when people aren't sick.
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