By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly When the Washington Health Benefit Exchange opens its virtual doors on Oct. 1, approximately 250,000
More children and teens in Washington state now qualify for health insurance through Apple Health for Kids. Apple Health for Kids, a free or low-cost health insurance program for kids and teens in Washington state, seeks to provide an affordable health insurance option to families across the state.
On Feb. 28, Washington State Senate released its proposed supplemental budget, which aims to protect, maintain, and even restore some lost funding to essential services for low-income children, families, immigrants, seniors, and people with disabilities.
A new report, “The Color of Cuts: The Disproportionate Impact of Budget Cuts on Communities of Color in Washington State,” written by the Washington
For decades, the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community in Washington state has fought for equality and civil rights and
The Children’s Alliance has worked for years to ensure that children in Washington state do not have to wait for health coverage, no matter their immigration status. Under the state’s Apple Health for Kids program, both documented and undocumented children are eligible for coverage — with no waiting period.