Medicaid is a lifeline for 1 in 5 Americans. But there are still millions of people who are without coverage because they’re stuck in the Medicaid “coverage gap.” That means they can’t get Medicaid, and they’re ineligible for help that would reduce their premiums — just because of the state they live in.
If we’re serious about addressing health equity, we need to fix this. Sixty percent of people in the coverage gap are people of color – like Valerie. If you agree, send a note to your member of Congress today: https://bit.ly/3Dcll01