Chris Ohman

President of the California Association of Health Plans

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LA City Attorney  Rocky Delgadillo  has  sued  Blue Shield for illegally rescinding coverage of 850 policy holders.  Blue Shield  calls it a “cheap political stunt…without merit.”

Will Health Insurance Be There When You Need It?

LA City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo has sued Blue Shield for illegally rescinding coverage of 850 policy holders. Blue Shield calls it a “cheap political stunt…without merit.”

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The atmosphere in Sacramento is right this year for action on healthcare reform.  That's according to Herb Schultz, the Governor's point man on  the issue , who says there may not be…

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Governor Schwarzenegger today announced a  plan to require all Californians to have health insurance , a proposal to fix what he calls a "broken healthcare system."

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Governor Schwarzenegger today announced a plan to require all Californians to have health insurance , a proposal to fix what he calls a "broken healthcare system."

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