For the fourth year in a row, Care Harbor opened today at the LA Sports Arena. From now until Sunday, it will offer free medical treatments to almost 5000 people who are poor and uninsured. This year there's a new wrinkle: they'll hear how the state will be implementing the Affordable Care Act, who can qualify and how. Also, in a new boost for "do it yourself" foodies. It's now legal to sell "home made" food in California. We hear who can and who can't. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, economic uncertainty and the presidential campaign.
LA's Uninsured and Obamacare
From this Episode:
Homemade Food Businesses Get a Boost
There’s a Do It Yourself food trend in California, hobbyists with real jobs who supplement their income by making jams, pies and other good stuff in their home kitchens and...
13 min, 10 sec
Obamacare in Southern California
Almost 5000 people have already signed up for Care Harbor at the Sports Arena in downtown LA where 3200 volunteer doctors, nurses and other practitioners will be providing...
12 min, 57 sec