2 Laws Ease Life for Former Foster Children

The Journal Gazette 

By Niki Kelly 

Several hassles for health insurance, driver's licenses gone 

INDIANAPOLIS – Jaquesha Smart didn't get a driver's license when she was in foster care, and now struggles to stay on Medicaid at age 21 because of the constant paperwork hassles.

But the Indiana legislature passed two bills targeting those exact issues, meant to help young people like Smart, who aged out of foster care at 18 without being reunited with their family or finding a permanent home.  

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