(10) Well baby and well child care and oral health, vision, and hearing services, equipment, and supplies at least for children under 21 years of age.

via Search Results – THOMAS (Library of Congress).

So, I would argue that if children are to be covered until they are 21 years old that we should raise the minimum voting age back up to 21 (see Constitution: 26th Amendment).

Of course, assuming this bill becomes law my thoughts will be obsolete because it doesn’t take into account the fact that by the time that today’s infants are 21 years old there will only be a government insurance option.