California state Attorney General Xavier Becerra is leading an 18-state effort to sue the Trump administration's efforts to "sabotage" the Affordable Care Act.
California is leading a lawsuit by 18 states against the Trump administration. That's after the President suspended a key component of the health care law last week. Capital public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford
A government program that provides insurance for low and middle income kids might not receive a federal boost this year. Capital Public Radio's Sammy Caiola explains what that would mean for California families enrolled in the Children's Health Insurance Program - or CHIP.
Roughly five million low-income Californians have health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act. If the latest repeal effort passes, many of them could lose their coverage. Capital public Radio's Sammy Caiola explains what the new measure could do.
A lawsuit has been filed charging that the state of California is harming the health of millions of lower-income residents - particularly Latinos - with Medi-Cal reimbursement rates that are so low that many doctors won't accept them as patients. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Patients who visit a hospital that is part of their insurance plan don't have to worry about receiving surprise medical bills anymore. Capital Public Radio's Sally Schilling explains California's law prohibiting those bills took effect July 1.