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Opinion: Best way to get back to normal? Be fully vaccinated as you engage with the people around you
Opinion: Expanding KanCare would strengthen rural health care, rural communities
Opinion: Extending postpartum Medicaid coverage in Kansas will improve health of mother and infant
State signs contract to deliver youth psychiatric hospital services in Hays
Extending postpartum Medicaid coverage to 12 months could save lives, Kansas advocates say
Opinion: Three Champions of Build Back Better Make Pitch for Federal Economic Development Bill
Opinion: As Simple As ABC
Press Release: Statewide ABC Project Shows Promise Across Kansas and Cultures
Opinion: Kansas Child Care Needs More Than a Band-Aid
Opinion: Women & Children First
Opinion: More Than Baby Steps
Opinion: Kansans Can Play An Important Role In Vaccine Acceptance
Press Release: Health Foundations Invest $1.83 Million in Equity, Education and Health
Press Release: Health Fund Receives Five-year Lilly Endowment Grant

2021 KanCare Maternal and Child Health and Postpartum Coverage
2020 Early Childhood Learning Trip | Slides
2020 SB 252 Expand KanCare

2019 Season of “My Fellow Kansans” Podcast
1) People In The Emptying Parts Of Rural Kansas Insist ‘We’re Not Going To Let Them Die’
2) ‘Get Big Or Get Out’ Farming Has Left Kansas Towns Struggling For Survival
3) What Rural Kansas Child Care And Cafes Say About Shrinking Smart, Rather Than Withering
4) Rural Kansas Loves Its Hospitals, But Keeping Them Open Only Gets Harder
5) Leveled By A Tornado, A Small Kansas Town Dreamed Big And Got Even Smaller
6) Kansas Cattle Town Dodge City Bucks A Rural Trend With Growth Driven By Immigrants

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