Former Valley firefighter discusses how coverage gap impacts his decisions
Around 5 million Texans, many in the Rio Grande Valley, remain uninsured. Some falling into a so-called coverage gap.
They make too much to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to afford to buy their own insurance.
Laura Guerra-Cardus, deputy director for Children’s Defense Fund, says the coverage gap is difficult for people in the Valley to overcome and it could get worse as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
A former firefighter discussed the tough choices he had to make because how the coverage gap impacted him.
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