Shana Alex Lavarreda

UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

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Director of Health Insurance Studies at the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

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Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California want to raise health insurance rates by 20 to 26%--despite the promises of the President’s Affordable Care Act.  Should the…

California Health Insurers Request Big Rate Increases

Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California want to raise health insurance rates by 20 to 26%--despite the promises of the President’s Affordable Care Act.  Should the…

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Medical Treatment for Desperate Californians

On Monday thousands waited in line for hours just to get plastic wristbands, their tickets to a four-day free medical clinic at the Sports Arena in downtown Los Angeles.

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In the past two years, almost 2 million Californians lost their health insurance, a 25% increase. The total is now 8 million people, one-quarter of all residents over the age of 65.

The Growing Ranks of California's Uninsured

In the past two years, almost 2 million Californians lost their health insurance, a 25% increase. The total is now 8 million people, one-quarter of all residents over the age of 65.

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