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Group says Covered California slow to fix customer problems

California’s health insurance exchange is still sluggish when it comes to resolving customer service problems, leaving many people unable to access health care or finalize their tax returns, a consumer advocacy group said Thursday. Covered California has been slow to...
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Behind The Movement To Repeal California’s Worst Law

California’s Maximum Family Grant law is an example of “family cap” welfare restrictions, a relic of a 1990s-era conservative belief that women were deliberately having more babies just to rake in more benefits, anointing themselves “welfare queens.” California Republican Party...
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Sacramento mayor launches study of higher minimum wage

Sacramento may soon join the growing number of cities in California and elsewhere boosting minimum wages for employers higher than those required by the state or federal government. Mayor Kevin Johnson on Tuesday formally launched a task force of business,...
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Households caught in health-care mismatch quagmire

Many Californians complain about trying to get issues resolved with Medi-Cal, the state and federal health program for the poor that now covers one-third of the state’s residents. Other Californians similarly complain about Covered California, the state-run health insurance exchange...
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