Texas gets a F on children's healthcare

With a fifth of Texas children going without health insurance, the state's child health system ranks among the nation's worst.

That's the finding of a new "scorecard" from The Commonwealth Fund, which ranked Texas at No. 46 among the 50 states and Washington, D.C.

The study, set to be released today, examined each state's performance on 13 separate measures that focused largely on healthcare quality and access to care.

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