In his latest effort to reduce the number of Americans lacking health insurance, President Clinton called on public schools Oct. 12 to play a bigger part in identifying and enrolling millions of children who are eligible for, but not participating in, federal health insurance programs.

"There are over 10 million uninsured children nationwide," Clinton said in an address to 8,000 pediatricians meeting in Washington. "Although aggressive implementation of CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] has

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