Jim Mangia

St John's Well Child and Family Center

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President and CEO of the St John's Well Child and Family Center; former chair of the Board at the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County

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Health clinics that serve undocumented immigrants report that fewer patients are making appointments.

Fearing deportation, undocumented immigrants choose to go without health care

Health clinics that serve undocumented immigrants report that fewer patients are making appointments.

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California's minimum wage is scheduled to increase from $8 an hour to $9 next July and to $10 in 2016. The  St.

St. John’s Child and Wellness Center Ups Minimum Wage to $15

California's minimum wage is scheduled to increase from $8 an hour to $9 next July and to $10 in 2016. The St.

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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

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