What if you threw a party and nobody came? That's how some members of Congress are feeling about the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) they passed in 1997. The program was created to offer health care coverage to some of the 11 million uninsured children in the United States. But the enrollment numbers across the country are so low that millions of children still are not getting the medical care they need. It's become clear that many of the eligible children for these state programs are not being enrolled.

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