CFN Gazette staff
It’s not what you said — it’s how you said it. You’ve
heard that before, right? (We just wanna make sure our parents weren’t
the only ones with that gem.) At any rate, a recent poll demonstrates
that truism when it comes to questions of Medicaid expansion.
While the well-being of Oklahoma children has improved, according to a national study, childhood poverty remains a problem.
News Peter Wright
A new report by a national children’s watchdog group found mixed signals
for the well-being of kids in Oklahoma. The state has shown improvement
in some health and education categories, while failing to buck a
national trend of increasing childhood poverty.
Women with jobs, education and children find it difficult to afford healthcare for themselves.
News Angela Chambers
Pursuing higher education while raising children undoubtedly takes
dedication and persistence. But not having adequate health care coverage
can add an additional burden to young mothers.