There's a coverage gap with the State's Medicaid System that could mean some people don't qualify.
Some Kansans may soon find they don't make enough money for health insurance tax credits.
Some of those people also make too much to qualify for State Medicaid, "Kancare" meaning they're stuck in that coverage gap.
Adults with children qualify for Kancare if their income drops to 32 percent of the poverty line. For a family of three, that means less than 6,200 dollars.
Governor Sam Brownback says expanding Kancare to eliminate the coverage gap would cost too much.