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Program Available for Uninsured to Determine Eligibility

Today's Albany Times Union reports that more than 1 million people in New York State are eligible for public health insurance but are not enrolled, according to the Census Bureau. A new program, called "Coverage for All," is being presented by the nonprofit Foundation for Health Coverage Education, which provides access to a national Uninsured Help Line and a Health Coverage Eligibility Tool. For more information, see the Times Union article.

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