Which Kansas counties have the highest rates of people without health insurance, and which counties have the lowest?
Stanton County in far southwest Kansas has the highest rate of non-eldery uninsured at 25.5 percent, according to U.S. Census Bureau information compiled by the Kansas Health Institute. Johnson County has the lowest, at 9.8 percent. The statewide uninsured rate is 13 percent, which is lower than the national rate of 16.5 percent. Douglas County stands at 14.3 percent uninsured.