Discuss the sources of health insurance coverage in Kansas state for the following groups:

o  Seniors age 65 and older

o  Children younger than 18

o  Low-income families with at least one child, whose family income is below 133% of the Federal Poverty Level

o  The self-employed

o  Employees of large companies (more than 100 employees)

o  Employees of small businesses

o  Part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees

o  The unemployed

o  College students

2. Discuss whether the groups listed above need to contribute to the premiums of their health insurance.

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