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Sander Usa state Alabama state Arkansas politics SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS Sander Usa state Alabama state Arkansas

Sarah Huckabee Sanders continues to drive her state further & further into the ground

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rejected expanding postpartum Medicaid coverage from 60 days to 12 months. States are required to provide post-pregnancy Medicaid coverage for 60 days, but nothing more.Once again, Sanders is providing her constituents with the least protection possible.Stay woke with our daily briefing while staying informed on all things LGBTQ+ entertainment, life, and more!The gay-hating governor’s aversion to extending post-pregnancy Medicaid coverage is especially noteworthy, because Arkansas had the highest known rate of maternal mortality in the U.S.

from 2018 to 2020, according to the CDC.When explaining her rational, Sanders said the state must do a better job of transitioning new parents to other coverage once their Medicaid runs out, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports.

She didn’t specify what that other coverage would be, however. I think if I led the state with the highest rate of maternal mortality in the US, I would quite simply use every policy lever at my disposal to keep women from dying. is the point. follow up question should have been "what other coverage?"Expecting working poor mothers to pay out of pocket for medical coverage is a foolish assumption.

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