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This publication includes both the proceedings of a conference that was held in March 2001 at the LBJ School of Public Affairs and background papers on the issues discussed. The conference focused on possible private and public initiatives for reducing the number of uninsured Texans, which currently stands at more than 4 million. Background papers prepared in a year-long policy research project at the LBJ School examined high-risk pool and small group insurance, Medicaid and CHIP expansion, simplification and outreach, and the special problems facing Hispanic Texans.
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