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George Mink Jr. is a health care outreach worker in Delaware County, Pa. He worries about what will happen when vaccines are no longer paid for by the federal government. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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6.8 million expected to lose Medicaid when paperwork hurdles return

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Ana Elsy Ramirez Diaz holds her baby as he is seen by Dr. Margaret-Anne Fernandez during a checkup visit at INOVA Cares Clinic for Children in Falls Church, Va. A portion of the clinic's patients are insured through the Children's Health Insurance Program. Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Millions of kids qualify for Medicaid. Biden funds outreach to boost enrollment

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Travis Warner of Dallas got tested for the coronavirus at a free-standing emergency room in June 2020 after one of his colleagues tested positive for the virus. The emergency room bill included a $54,000 charge for one test. Laura Buckman for KHN hide caption

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The Bill For His COVID Test In Texas Was A Whopping $54,000

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