Dan Weintraub

California Health Report

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Editor of the California Health Report; former columnist for the Sacramento Bee

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Last year, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst projected that new growth in California's economy might lead to a state surplus — if the Assembly, the Senate and Governor Brown were…

California Out of the Red, How Will New-Found Riches Be Spent?

Last year, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst projected that new growth in California's economy might lead to a state surplus — if the Assembly, the Senate and Governor Brown were…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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.

Obamacare Numbers Look Best in California

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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It'll be four months before anybody knows what the President's Affordable Care Act will really look like in California, but it's beginning to take shape.

The Changing Face of Healthcare Delivery in California

It'll be four months before anybody knows what the President's Affordable Care Act will really look like in California, but it's beginning to take shape.

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On the day the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, staff at a San Antonio abortion clinic had to turn away patients who were already scheduled for the procedure there.

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