Boardman family heading to D.C. to talk Medicaid importance

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – A Boardman family has been asked to go to Washington D.C. and meet with lawmakers this week. They’ll be talking about the importance of Medicaid programs as representatives of the advocacy program Speak Now For Kids.

And there’s good reason the Benson’s are doing so.

A few days after Bridget Benson was born, doctors told her family she had CHARGE syndrome, which is a rare genetic disease.

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