Ending the Lifetime Ban on Public Assistance Will Help Set California on the Right Track

Here’s a quick question: When an inmate has completed his or her sentence and is released from prison, which would you rather they do? a)      Get training and a job, becoming part of the legal economy, or b)      Return to…
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Medi-Cal, California’s New Budget, and that Controversial Study

New study results from the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment were released last week and similar to what I reported back in May, the results are creating controversy in the media – a controversy that has some connections to California’s just-released 2014-15 budget. For…
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Covered California’s Enrollment Numbers Account for 1/3rd of All Enrollments Nationally

Much anticipation has brewed while stakeholders, policymakers, and consumers have diligently waited for Covered California to release its enrollment numbers. Much of this anticipation has come on the heels of healthcare.gov not producing the numbers the Obama Administration would have…
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