Lessons from California

Lessons from California

Executive Summary

The House Republicans’ “American Health Care Act” would have harmed California disproportionately, NHeLP Staff Attorney Alicia Kauk writes in this month’s “Lessons from California.” She notes,  “As many as 14 million Medi-Cal individuals, 9.3 million who are people of color, stood to lose coverage or significant reductions in services if the AHCA passed.”

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