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Ducey looking at ‘rainy day fund’ to cover free health care for poor children

The governor said Tuesday that both the House and Senate are weighing legislation to restore funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program. It provides free care for children in families earning up to twice the federal poverty level, or about $40,840 a year for a family of three.

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