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

This week the Obama administration announced that more than 11 million consumers in the federal exchanges created by the  Affordable Care Act  will see their healthcare premiums jump…

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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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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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