AUSTIN, Texas – A new report shows Medicaid is important to ensure that rural families, in Texas and across the country, have access to the care they need to stay healthy. 

The Georgetown University Center for Children and Families finds 46 percent of children in rural Texas are on Medicaid, compared with 41 percent in metro areas. 

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Medicaid increasingly important to rural Texas