Gerald Kominski

UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

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Director of the Center for Health Policy Research at the University of California, Los Angeles and professor in the University's School of Public Health

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If Obamacare is repealed, what will it mean for California?

How the Senate GOP health care bill would affect California

If Obamacare is repealed, what will it mean for California?

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The New Year brought with it medical coverage for millions of Americans under the  Affordable Care Act .

Showtime for Obamacare

The New Year brought with it medical coverage for millions of Americans under the Affordable Care Act .

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The New Year brought with it medical coverage for millions of Americans under the  Affordable Care Act .

Showtime for Obamacare

The New Year brought with it medical coverage for millions of Americans under the Affordable Care Act .

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