MEDICAID WORK REQUIREMENTS AND FAMILIES: 5 FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW On Thursday, April 19 the Tennessee General Assembly passed a bill that threatens healthcare access for the 1.5 million children, parents, and disabled Tennesseans who depend on TennCare (Tennessee’s Medicaid program).
Insure Our Kids: A Campaign to Enroll Every Eligible Child in Tennessee The Tennessee Justice Center’s children’s team is thrilled to announce our participation in Insure Our Kids! Insure Our Kids is a statewide campaign to enroll every uninsured child who is eligible for public health insurance programs. Together with
MEDICAID REQUIREMENTS IN TENNESSEE The Tennessee Justice Center stands in opposition to the proposed Medicaid work requirements legislation. The legislation, as it stands, will add $15 million dollars to the fiscal note to implement burdensome administrative processes that will result in fewer Tennesseans receiving healthcare. Furthermore, these policies will have adverse effects on
Student Ambassador Program This last week TJC's student ambassadors from McGavock High School, Jaqueline Ramirez, and Whitney Cox, used their lunch hours to help educate their classmates about their health insurance options. They set up a booth where they screened students