California’s Uninsured Rate Well Below National Average, And Experts Wonder If It Can Even Drop Any More
California's population of immigrants who do not qualify for plans under the health law could make it difficult to get the uninsured number any lower
California: How Low Can The Uninsured Health Rate Go?
After a streak of steady declines, California’s uninsured rate bottomed out last year with some 2.7 million people still without health coverage. The latest estimates from the U.S. Census offer a fragmented portrait of the remaining people who are uninsured while posing an even bigger question for the state: How much lower can the uninsured rate go? (Finch, 10/17)