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S.1827 - Extend funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

Dean Heller, Debbie Stabenow, Johnny Isaakson, Orrin Hatch, Robert, Robert Casey, Ron Wyden, Sherrod Brown, Tammy Duckworth
Health

The Keeping Kids’ Insurance Dependable and Secure (KIDS) Act would:

  • Extend CHIP funding through fiscal year (FY) 2022;
  • Maintain federal matching rate at current statutory levels through FY 2019, change to 11.5 percent for FY 2020, and return to a traditional CHIP matching rate for fiscal years 2021 and 2022; and
  • Create protections and flexibility under the maintenance-of-effort provision.

Dean Heller

Party
Republican
State
Nevada
In Congress
115

Debbie Stabenow

Party
Democratic
State
Michigan
In Congress
115

Johnny Isaakson

Party
Independent
State
Georgia
In Congress
115

Orrin Hatch

Party
Independent
State
Utah
In Congress
115

Robert Menendez

Party
Democratic
State
New Jersey
In Congress
115

Robert Casey

Party
Democratic
State
Pennsylvania
In Congress
115

Ron Wyden

Party
Democratic
State
Oregon
In Congress
115

Sherrod Brown

Party
Democratic
State
Ohio
In Congress
115

Tammy Duckworth

Party
Democratic
State
Illinois
In Congress
115

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