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California officials jumped at the chance to cover millions more low-income people by expanding its Medicaid program. Now, health policymakers and advocates fear the Trump administration and a Republican-ruled Congress will roll back the state’s progress.
A selection of opinions on health care developments from around the state.
The state, which has been one of the most successful in the nation at signing up people for Medicaid coverage under the health law, would get more flexibility with block grants, but likely less federal money.
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, state officials and advocates say your health plan is safe for now.
Interviews around the state yield varied responses to the prospect that a Trump Administration will dismantle Obamacare. Many people are stunned and scared; others welcome repeal.
Uninsured Californians could more than double to 7.5 million if Affordable Care Act is repealed.
California tiene mucho que perder si el presidente electo Donald Trump y el Congreso liderado por republicanos cumplen con su promesa de campaña de revocar el Obamacare.
Support for Proposition 61 has declined in recent weeks in the wake of fierce campaigning by pharma-backed opponents.
California law dictates that Medi-Cal patients with mild and moderate mental health conditions are covered by managed care plans and those with severe disorders by county agencies. But the real-life distinction is not that clear.
The program turns 50 right before voters go to the polls to decide whether to make permanent a hospital fee that helps to fund it.