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... D Data Tables TABLE D.1 Federal Poverty Guidelines, 2000 and 2001 Federal Poverty Level (FPL) FPL for 2000 FPL for 2001 Famuly Size in 100% 200% 300% 100% 200% 300% 48 Contiguous States FPL FPL FPL FPL FPL FPL 1 person $8,350 $16,700 $25,050 $8,590 $17,180 $25,770 2 persons $11,250 $22,500 $33,750 $11,610 $23,220 $34,830 3 persons $14,150 $28,300 $42,450 $14,630 $29,260 $43,890 4 persons $17,050 $34,100 $51,150 X17,650 $35,300 $52,950 SOURCE: DHHS, 2002.
From page 214...
... 214 HEALTH INS FRANCE IS A FAMILY MATTER TABLE D.2 Medicaid Income Eligibility Limits and Upper Federal Poverty Level by Program by State, 2001 Upper Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility States Threshold (2 Child Family) a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb' Medica: U
From page 215...
... b 17-18 from 15 to 100 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 71 to 200% No program Children aged 17 up to 100% 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 100 to 200% No program Infants from 140 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 38 to 200% No program 17-18 from 86 to 100% Infants 200 to 250% 1-6 from 133 to 250% 6-17 from 100 to 250% 17-18 from 100 to 250% AIM program, 0-2 from 250 to 300% No program 0-6 from 133 to 185% 6-17 from 100 to 185% 17-18 from 39 to 185% 17-18 from 0 to 185% 0 to 18 from 185 to 300% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6- 18 from 100 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% No program 1-5 from 133 to 200% 6-14 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 50 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% Infants up to 200% 17-18 from 28 to 100% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% i continued
From page 216...
... 216 TABLE D.2 Continued HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MATTER Uppe Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility States Threshold (2 Child Family) a Medicaid Poverty-level ChildrenbC Medi' Georgia $6,168 Infants up to 185% No p 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Hawaii $16,836 Infants from O to 185% No p 1-6 from 0 to 100% 6-16 from 0 to 100% 17-19 up to 200% Idaho $4,884 0-6 up to 150% 0-3 6-19 up to 150% 6-19 Illinois $10,584 Infants up to 200% 6-17 1-5 from 42 to 133% 17-1' 6-17 from 42 to 133% Indiana $4,536 Infants up to 150% 1-6 f 1-6 up to 150% 6-17 6-18 up to 150% 17-1!
From page 217...
... b No program No program 0-3 from 133 to 150% 6-19 from 100 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 133% 17-18 from 42 to 133% 1-6 from 133 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 150% 17-18uptol50% 6- 18 from 100 to 133% No program 17-18 from 33 to 150% .˘ 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-18 from 100 to 150% 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-18 from 125 to 150% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-17 from 133 to 200% 17- 18 from 100 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 133 to 150% q Infants from 185 to 235% 1-6 from 133 to 235% 6-18 from 100 to 235% No program No program 0-18 from 133 to 185% 0-18 from 150 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 133 to 200% Infants from 150 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 1 - 18 from 150 to 200% No program 1-18 from 200 to 400% continued
From page 218...
... 1-6 fry 6-18 up to 300% 6-18 ~ Montana $10,032 0-6 from 40.5 to 133% No pt 6- 16 from 40.5 to 100% 17-19 from 40.5 to 71% Nebraska $6,420 Infants up to 185% Infant 1-6 up to 185% 1-6 fry 6-18 up to 185% 6-18 Nevada $12,660 0-6 from 42 to 133% No pi 6-16 from 42 to 100% 17- 19 from 42 to 89% New Hampshire $9,780 Infants up to 300% Infant 1-18 up to 185% New Jersey $6,396 -. Infants from 45 to 185% 1-6 from 45 to 133% 6-19 from 45 to 133% 6-17 17-18 New Mexico $8,448 0-19 up to 235% 0-18 i New York $11,688 Infants up to 185% 17-18 1-6 up to 133% 7-19 up to 100% North Carolina $9,000 Infants up to 185% No p' 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% North Dakota $11,856 0-6 from 65 to 133% 17-19 6-17 from 65 to 100%
From page 219...
... 6 17-19 up to 150% 0-2 from 275 to 280% 17-18 up to 100% Infants from 185 to 300% 1-6 from 133 to 300% 6-18 from 100 to 300% 6 j No program Infants from 150 to 185% 1-6 from 133 to 185% 6-18 from 100 to 185% No program Infants 185 to 300% 6-17 from 100 to 133% 17-18 from 45 to 133% 0-18 from 185 to 235% 17- 18 medically needy up to 100% No program 17-19 from 65 to 100% 5 ; Infants from 185 to 200 1-18 from 150 to 200% No program Infants from 185 to 200 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% No program 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 150% 17-18 from 40.5 to 150 No program 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 42 to 200% 1-18 from 185 to 300% Infants from 185 to 350 1-6 from 133 to 350% 6-18 from 133 to 350% No program Infants from 185 to 250 1-6 from 133 to 250% 7-18 from 100 to 250% Infants from 185 to 200 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% 0-6 from 133 to 140% 6-18 from 100 to 140% continued
From page 220...
... No p West Virginia $4,560 Infants up to 150% No p 1-6 up to 150% 6-18 up to 100% 5
From page 221...
... APPENDIX D 221 Upper FPL by Program Childrenb ' Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI) b C Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)
From page 222...
... 222 TABLE D.2 Continued HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MATTER Uppe Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility States Threshold (2 Child Family) a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb' Medi Wisconsin $27,060 0-6 up to 185% 6-19 6-19 up to 185% Wyoming $9,480 0-5 up to 133% No p 6-17 up to 100% 17-19 up to 67% NOTE: AIM = Access for Infints and Mothers; SCHIP = State Children's Health Insurance Program.
From page 223...
... APPENDIX D 223 Upper FPL by Program Childrenb C Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI) b C Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)
From page 224...
... . ~v~ng with someone In household in the same familyc 5,837 6% $36,020 14,270 6% N/A N/A N/A Families with child as householder/ reference persona 953 1 % $ O 1,085 0% N/A N/A N/A Married, childless couples 23,683 23% $62,000 56,206 22% N/A N/A 20,00 All child' cover Two parents, median income $67,0 One child 10,243 10% $63,537 34,713 14% 10,534 15% 8,7 Two children 10,563 10% $63,500 44,284 18% 21,369 30% 9,1 Three or more children 5,635 5% $56,123 31,798 13% 19,413 27% 4,4 Single parent, median income One child 6,747 7% $20,658 14,961 6% 6,766 9% Two children 3,591 3% $20,112 11,296 4% 7,177 10% Three or more children 1,779 2% $15,730 8,308 3% 6,150 9% Total 103,767 100% $45,000 251,657 100% 71,409 100% NOTE: N/A = not available.
From page 225...
... d An analysis of Census Bureau data indicates that in a small but notable number of instances, an individual younger than 18 but unmarried and childless is identified as the household or reference person of a subfamily. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities analysis separates these individuals into an individual family type category.
From page 226...
... 226 HEALTHINSURANCEISA FAMILY MATTER TABLE D.4 Health Insurance Covera~e of Fam~lies Based on the Health ~nsurance woverage of Family Members and the Family's Poverty Status, 2000a No Childrenb Two Category Category Category Category Category One Status 1 2 3 4 5 Child Under 50% of Poverty 1,065 2,081 191 830 408 Both adults covered X X X X 196 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 653 923 82 524 72 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 412 1,158 109 306 140 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 50% to 99% of Poverty 1,645 1,450 315 39 494 Both adults covered X X X X 295 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 1,358 838 227 25 96 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 287 612 88 14 103 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 100% to 149% of Poverty 1,503 1,812 559 17 830 Both adults covered X X X X 505 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 1,088 1,057 402 8 165 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 415 755 157 9 160 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 5
From page 227...
... APPENDIX D ~th S 2000a 227 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Fam~lies with Children Category One Two Three or One Two Three or 5 Child Children More Children Child Children More Children 408 132 141 194 998 651 493 196 59 83 96 X X X X 55 80 96 X X X X X 1 0 X X X X 4 2 0 X X X 72 2 1 1 0 1 7 567 424 370 X 1 8 8 1 5 544 413 359 X X 0 0 X 2 10 X 3 2 2 23 9 1 140 52 48 8 1 431 227 123 X 16 18 14 161 119 57 X X 0 15 X 18 12 X 36 30 52 270 90 54 316 154 149 X 46 40 X 6 116 39 X 77 459 255 243 X 12 65 48 X 17 139 50 X 89 381 200 192 6 2 41 32 1 8 140 56 2 82 663 420 405 9 6 60 44 2 14 183 77 6 100 515 255 240 11 4 56 37 3 16 204 70 19 115 657 384 375 7 2 72 47 6 19 201 79 19 103 962 X X X X 618 561 X 57 344 147 X 197 984 X X X X 630 588 X 42 354 173 X 181 580 X X X X 384 361 9 14 196 119 11 66 664 X X X X 474 443 12 19 190 104 18 68 568 X X X X 439 412 12 15 129 58 11 60 316 X X X X 236 225 3 8 80 42 4 34 continued
From page 228...
... 228 TABLE D.4 Continued HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MA TTER No Childrenb Two Category Category Category Category Category One Status 1 2 3 4 5 Child 150% to 199% of Poverty 1,417 1,531 568 12 1,026 Both adults covered X X X X 706 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One Adult Covered 1,043 967 413 5 154 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No Adult Covered 374 564 155 7 166 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 200% or Higher of Poverty 12,307 9,924 4,204 54 20,923 8,774 Both adults covered X X X X 18,308 8,113 All children covered X X X X X 7,945 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 16& One adult covered 11,108 8,178 3,522 38 1,709 215 All children covered X X X X X 125 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 90 No adult covered 1,199 1,746 682 16 906 446 All children covered X X X X X 117 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 329 a Analysis excludes those families living in a group household and those families comprised entirely of adults over 64. b Cate~or`,r 1: Unmarried childless persons living alone in home - - 0 ~ ~ - r - -- - - 0 ~ Category 2: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home but not in the same family Category 3: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home in the same family Category 4: Families with child as householder or reference person Category 5: Married, childless couples SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 229...
... APPENDIX D 229 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children Category One Two Three or One Two Three or 5 Child Children More Children Child Children More Children _ 1,026 706 X X X 154 X X X 166 X X X 563 381 359 X 22 78 52 X 26 104 37 X 67 888 701 678 17 6 40 17 10 13 147 59 1 87 776 631 609 10 12 58 49 3 6 87 21 60 914 X X X X 680 636 X 44 234 100 X 134 428 X X X X 322 310 6 6 162 X X X X 134 133 1 o 106 28 46 16 11 )
From page 230...
... 230 HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MATTER TABLE D.5 Adults' and Children's Health Insurance Coverage in Families by Poverty Status, 2000 Two-Parent Families with Children Three One Two or More Child Children Children Single-Parent Families with Children Three One Two or More Child Children Children Under 50% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 7% 4% 0% All children covered 93% 96% 100% One adult covered Some children uncovered 14% 20% 12% 4% 3% 3% All children covered 86% 80% 88% 96% 97% 97% No adult covered Some children uncovered 69% 63% 83% 63% 48% 54% All children covered 31% 38% 17% 37% 52% 46% 50% - 99% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 3% 4% All children covered 97% 96% One adult covered 6% 94% Some children uncovered 13% 22% 34% 9% 6% 6% All children covered 87% 78% 66% 91% 94% 94% No adult covered Some children uncovered 66% 60% 66% 57% 39% 55% All children covered 34% 40% 34% 43% 61% 45% 100°/~149% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered All children covered One adult covered 5% 95% 4% 96% 98% Some children uncovered 26% 27% 35% 7% 7% 5% All children covered 74% 73% 65% 93% 93% 95% No adult covered Some children uncovered 64% 58% 61% 51% 45% 48% All children covered 36% 42% 39% 49% 55% 53%
From page 231...
... APPENDIX D 231 Two-Parent Families with Children Three One Two or More Child Children Children Single-Parent Families with Children Three One Two or More Child Children Children 150°/~199% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 6% 3% 3% All children covered 94% 97% 97% One adult covered Some children uncovered 33% 58% 16% 6% 4% 1% All children covered 67% 43% 84% 94% 96% 99% No adult covered Some children uncovered 64% 60% 76% 57% 57% 39% All children covered 36% 40% 24% 43% 43% 61% 200% of Poverty or Higher Both adults covered Some children uncovered 2% 1% 2% All children covered 98% 99% 98% One adult covered Some children uncovered 42% 39% 42% 6% 4% 5% All children covered 58% 61% 58% 94% 96% 95% No adult covered Some children uncovered 74% 71% 77% 63% 73% 74% All children covered 26% 29% 23% 37% 27% 26% SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 232...
... ~; 232 HEALTH INS URd NCE IS A FAMILY MA TTER TABLE D.6 Health Insurance Coverage of Fam~lies Based on the Health Insurance Coverage of Family Members and Race/Ethn~city of Family Head, 2000a No Childrenb Two Category Category Category Category Category One Race or Ethnicity 1 2 3 4 5 Chil~ Black, Non-Hispanic 2,869 2,241 1,312 208 1,654 90 Both adults covered X X X X 1,373 79' All children covered X X X X X 75` Some children covered X X X X X ~ No children covered X X X X X 4( One adult covered 2,361 1,536 946 148 168 3' All children covered X X X X X 1s Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 2' No adult covered 508 705 366 60 113 6 All children covered X X X X X Ir Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 4' White, Non-Hispanic 13,415 11,571 3,447 455 19,269 Both adults covered X X X X 16,710 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 11,681 8,922 3,002 322 1,653 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 1,734 2,649 445 133 906 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X Hispanic 995 2,133 829 251 1,658 1,20 Both adults covered X X X X 1,095 754 ,: All children covered X X X X X 72 Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 3 One adult covered 689 925 515 116 234 12 All children covered X X X X X 8 Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 4 No adult covered 306 1,208 314 135 329 31 All children covered X X X X X 9 Some children covered X X X X X ° No children covered X X X X X 21 l q
From page 233...
... APPENDIX D rlth Head, 233 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Farn~lies w~th Children Category One Two Three or One Two Three or ~ Child Children More Children Child Children More Children L,654 903 837 484 1,792 1,032 659 L,373 799 726 400 X X X X 759 704 375 X X X X X 17 18 X X X X 40 5 7 X X X 168 39 36 30 1,326 815 542 X 15 14 28 1,231 794 515 X X 0 0 X 10 15 X 24 22 2 95 11 12 113 65 75 54 466 217 117 X 17 23 11 166 112 ~ 55 X X 3 8 X 9 14 X 48 49 35 300 96 48 ,269 7,439 7,789 3,775 3,725 1,868 651 ,,710 6,815 7,174 3,370 X X X X 6,685 7,109 3,319 X X X X X 46 40 X X X X 130 19 11 X X X ,653 234 177 107 2,885 1,498 523 X 170 127 78 2,734 1,453 509 X X 6 4 X 13 1C X 64 44 25 151 32 4 906 390 438 298 840 370 128 X 125 179 101 395 216 67 X X 14 14 X 43 ~ X 265 245 183 445 111 55 ,658 1,201 1,360 1,125 1,006 570 393 ,095 759 914 646 X X X ~X 727 883 613 X X X X X 21 21 X X X X 32 10 12 X X X 234 129 104 112 619 367 270 X 84 58 69 575 320 253 X X 12 12 X 16 6 X 45 34 31 44 31 11 329 313 342 367 387 203 123 X 99 103 101 141 82 50 X X 15 52 X 16 14 214 224 214 246 105 59 continued 5 i
From page 234...
... it; 234 TABLE D.6 Continued HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY 1\LA TTER No Childrenb Two Category Category Category Category Category One Race or Ethnicity 1 2 3 4 5 Chile Asian and Other 659 853 248 41 1,104 6gc Both adults covered X X X X 833 58E All children covered X X X X X 57t Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X ' One adult covered 518 581 182 15 143 2' All children covered X X X X X 12 Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X ' No adult covered 141 272 66 26 128 8, All children covered X X X X X 1, Some children covered X X X X X ~ No children covered X X X X X 7( a Analysis excludes those families living in a group household and those families comprised entirely of adults over 64. b Category 1: Unmarried childless persons living alone in home Category 2: Unmarried childless persons living win someone in the home but not in the same family Category 3: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home in the same family Category 4: Families with child as householder or reference person Category 5: Married, childless couples SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 235...
... APPENDIX D 235 Two-Parent Families with Children Category One Child Two Three or One Children More Children Child Single-Parent Families with Children Two Three or Children More Children L,104 833 X X X 143 X X X 128 X X X 699 588 579 X 9 575 249 489 191 485 186 3 5 1 0 24 12 15 15 10 10 X 9 o 2 o 5 87 74 43 14 17 X 25 70 45 226 X X X X 151 130 o 21 75 29 o 29 123 78 X X X X 86 50 76 46 7 4 37 6 O 28 11 0 1 4 46 30 13 5 < .7
From page 236...
... a: 236 HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MA TTER TABLE D.7 Adult Health Insurance Coverage in Families with Children by Race, 2000 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children Race Number Percentage of Total Number Percentage of Total Black, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered 1,925 87% One adult covered 105 5% 2,683 77% No adults covered 194 9% 800 23% Total 2,224 3,483 White, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered 17,359 91% One adult covered 518 3% 4,906 79% No adults covered 1,126 6% 1,338 21% Total 19,003 6,244 Hispanic Both adults covered 2,319 63% One adult covered 345 9% 1,256 64% No adults covered 1,022 28% 713 36% Total 3,686 1,969 Asian and Other Both adults covered 1,268 83% One adult covered 51 3% 287 67% No adults covered 204 13% 140 33% Total 1,523 427 SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 237...
... .. Both adults covered Some children uncovered 2% 1% 3% All children covered 98% 99% 97% One adult covered Some children uncovered All children covered 38% 63% 17% 83% 33% 67% 14% 12% 86% 88% 8% 92% No adults covered Some children uncovered 80% 66% 67% 61% 84% 61% All children covered 20% 34% 33% 39% 16% 39% SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 238...
... X X X No children covered X X X X X 412 Non-citizen Head of Family 947 1,960 481 98 1,306 950 Both adults covered X X X X 785 599 All children covered X X X X X 579 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 20 One adult covered 616 835 203 36 176 87 All children covered X X X X X 63 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 24 No Adult Covered 331 1,125 278 62 345 264 All children covered X X X X X 79 Some children covered X X X X X X No children covered X X X X X 185 a The analysis excludes those families living in a group household and those families comprised entirely of adults over 64. b Category 1: Unmarried childless persons living alone in home ~ v Category 2: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home but not in the same family Category 3: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home in the same family Category 4: Families with child as householder or reference person Category S: Married, childless couples SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
From page 239...
... APPENDIX D ~ads and 239 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children ~ategory One Two Three or One Two Three or ; Child Children More Children Child Chiidren More Children 2,377 9,226 X X X 2,021 X X X 1,130 X X X 9,291 8,362 8,171 X 191 338 220 X 118 591 179 X 412 9,587 8,675 8,570 71 34 267 173 10 84 645 244 26 375 4,971 4,303 4,201 78 24 189 137 9 43 479 145 30 304 6,286 X X X X 4,754 4,473 X 281 1,532 651 X 881 3,323 X X X X 2,628 2,528 39 61 695 369 57 269 1,576 X X X X 1,253 1,201 30 22 323 152 28 143 1,306 950 976 664 462 267 204 785 599 629 305 X X X X 579 612 292 X X X X X 16 6 X X X X 20 1 7 X X X 176 87 63 76 227 138 133 X 63 36 48 197 115 122 X X 8 7 X 7 5 X 24 19 21 30 16 6 345 264 284 283 235 129 71 X 79 85 82 79 47 30 X X 10 44 X 10 9 X 185 189 157 156 72 32 .~ 5
From page 240...
... 240 HEALTH INSURANCE IS A FAMILY MATTER TABLE D.10 Health Insurance Coverage of Family Heads and Their Spouses by Citizenship Status and Family Type, 2000 Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children Family Type Number Percent Number Percent Citizen Head of Family Both parents covered 21,340 89% One parent covered 794 3% 8,635 77% No parents covered 1,715 7% 2,550 23% Total 23,849 11,185 Non-citizen Head of Family Both parents covered 1,533 59% One parent covered 226 9% 498 53% No parents covered 831 32% 435 47% Total 2,590 933 SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau's 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.


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