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How many people in Kansas don't have health insurance?

Approximately 307,000 Kansans are uninsured, according to a new study by the Kansas Health Institute. That is 11.3 percent of the state's population. Of those who are uninsured, 17 percent are children under the age of 19, and nearly half are adults between the ages of 19 and 34. Of those adults, 80 percent are working, the institute reported.


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