Parents grieve over their kids’ health as appropriation for children’s word module stays in doubt

It was an concerned Christmas and New Year’s for a Belt family.

Tracy and B.J. Belt for years have lived paycheck to paycheck, as B.J.’s truck-driving pursuit during a chase in a hills around Morgantown hasn’t left many for luxuries.

But this holiday season, a Belts had a new worry. Their dual boys, Bobby and Dylan, competence shortly be uninsured, withdrawal 11-year-old Bobby yet a dear medicine and blood monitors he needs to control his Type 1 diabetes.

“I try to keep Bobby’s mind off of it,” pronounced Tracy Belt, who’s spent a final month scrambling to save prescriptions and medical reserve and frantically scanning Facebook summary play for tips on removing ignored stocks. “But it keeps us adult during night. … If Bobby doesn’t have this medication, he will die. It’s as elementary as that.”

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