Anthony Wright

Health Access California

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Executive Director of Health Access California, a statewide healthcare, consumer-advocacy coalition

Anthony Wright on KCRW

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Here in Los Angeles, we have one of the highest rate of uninsured people in the country.

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At a news conference today,  Peter Lee announced  that 70% of the Californians enrolled in the Affordable Care Act so far found the process was easy.

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