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Barnes Kids Insured at Higher Rates

April 1, 2013

Nearly 10,000 children in North Dakota are without health insurance. while the number seems high, a study released by the North Dakota State University Extension Service and North Dakota KIDS COUNT indicates that North Dakota is actually doing a good job at insuring its children, and Barnes County is one of the counties with a lower rate of uninsured children.
A variety of state programs can help families provide medical care for children and ensure access to health, dental, and vision care to nearly every child in Barnes County.
For more on the latest survey from KIDS COUNT, read Monday's Times-Record.

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