Howard Kahn

LA Care

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Chief Executive Officer of LA Care health plan, the nation’s largest public health plan and a co-sponsor of this week’s free clinic at the Los Angeles Sports Arena

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California's version  of the Affordable Care Act is going better than many others, but that doesn't mean there aren't problems.

A Progress Report on Obamacare in California

California's version of the Affordable Care Act is going better than many others, but that doesn't mean there aren't problems.

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Almost 5000 people have already signed up for  Care Harbor  at the Sports Arena in downtown LA where 3200 volunteer doctors, nurses and other practitioners will be providing free…

Obamacare in Southern California

Almost 5000 people have already signed up for Care Harbor at the Sports Arena in downtown LA where 3200 volunteer doctors, nurses and other practitioners will be providing free…

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Today's  Supreme Court decision  to uphold the Affordable Care Act means that California could receive $15 billion a year to extend coverage to many of the seven million people now…

The Affordable Care Act and California

Today's Supreme Court decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act means that California could receive $15 billion a year to extend coverage to many of the seven million people now…

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