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However, even a moderate economic downturn could throw the state back into deficit, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office said. The analyst projected a $5.6 billion surplus by June 2015 and urged lawmakers to hold much of it in reserve. The
Amid an uproar over widespread cancellations of health insurance policies, Anthem Blue Cross of California said it is granting a two-month extension through February to 104,000 customers. California's largest for-profit insurer is offering more time
November 7, 2013 California continues to extend a patchwork of safety-net programs for its poor and uninsured residents despite making progress in several of the state's 58 counties, according to a report released Thursday . The report from the
Goldbach 11 Oct 2013 It was standing-room-only on a sunny Saturday and the questions echoed off the walls in Mountain View City Hall. Will my child be covered through his 26th year or until he turns 26?...How does the law impact the homeless?
Rachel Mansfield has had Oct. 1 fixed in her mind for months. It was the day the La Quinta resident and her husband could start signing up for subsidized coverage under the federal health care overhaul. It also meant that, once the coverage takes
One of California's major health care plans is racing to translate materials into Spanish. A small businessman in Burbank is perplexed over what "Obamacare" will mean for him and his workers. Home Depot Inc., Trader Joe's and other large employers
Dear seniors, your Medicare benefits aren't changing under the Affordable Care Act. That's the message federal health officials are try-ing to get out to some older consumers confused by overlapping enrollment periods for Medicare and so-called "
Dear seniors, your Medicare benefits aren't changing under the Affordable Care Act. That's the message federal health officials are trying to get out to elderly consumers confused by overlapping enrollment periods for Medicare and so-called "
Center for Health Reporting, answering questions about health care reform. Q: I am a married, 62-year-old female unable to obtain health insurance. I am retired and financially comfortable and in general good health. My husband is on Medicare/Anthem
But children's advocates say that the fine print shows that it's not all that essential after all. Unlike other key medical services, California families considering the purchase of pediatric dental insurance next year: Will not be fined for