More Californians Lack Health Insurance | KCET
More Californians Lack Health Insurance
From the press release:
"Following on a statewide estimate published earlier this year, the new analysis finds that the number of Californians without health insurance grew in all counties and that 37 counties -- from Imperial to Kern to Shasta -- had uninsured rates above the statewide average of 24.3%."
Also, here's the study's fact sheet.
Related: CHIS from TTLA archives.
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