Georgetown University Health Policy Institute’s Center for Children and Families recently collaborated with Alliance member Kansas Action for Children to examine the coverage gap affecting Kansas families.

They produced this video to help raise awareness about how working families in Kansas can earn too much to qualify for KanCare while not earn enough to receive tax credits to help them buy insurance.

These working Kansans are the ones impacted by the decision state leaders have made to not accept federal Medicaid funds set aside for Kansas.

It’s time to act. The Alliance For A Healthy Kansas calls on our elected officials to do what’s right for Kansas. Expand KanCare now.