By Michelle Faust

November 27, 2017

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Nearly two months after Congress missed its deadline to renew funding for

the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), California is just a few

weeks away from exhausting its reserves, and doesn't yet have a plan to

replace the $2.7 billion in federal support it stands to lose.



"The reason that there's no plan B is that there's no good options," said

Anthony Wright, executive director of the advocacy group Health Access.