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Health Care Reform

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Asthmatic Woman Believes LA’s Free Health Care Program is Keeping Her Alive

Jan 27, 2013

INGLEWOOD, Calif. - For years after she lost her job as a telephone operator in 1992, the only health care 57-year-old Nita Thompson received for the severe asthma she developed at the tail-end of her employment was through the...

Q&A: Considering Farmworker Health and the Affordable Care Act

Jan 23, 2013

 Editor’s Note: There are an estimated 600,000 crop workers, and an additional 20,000 livestock workers, in California at any given time. Theirs are physically demanding jobs that carry a high risk of occupational injury – yet the vast majority of...

Q&A: Considering Farm Worker Health and the Affordable Care Act

Jan 23, 2013

 Editor’s Note: There are an estimated 600,000 crop workers, and an additional 20,000 livestock workers, in California at any given time. Theirs are physically demanding jobs that carry a high risk of occupational injury – yet the vast majority of...

The Tooth Gap for California’s Kids - It’s Widening

Jan 21, 2013

Over half of California’s children will soon have access to dental care because of the Affordable Care Act. The problem, according to a recent report, is that not enough dentists are willing to treat them.“In Alturas, none of the dentists...

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