California just became the first state to expand health coverage to undocumented residents
|06/14/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- California lawmakers passed a budget deal that expands Medicaid coverage to undocumented residents, ages 19 to 25.
- The budget also expands subsidies to help middle-income individuals buy their own health insurance.
- To help pay for the plan, the budget includes a fine on people who don’t buy health insurance — a policy known as the “individual mandate”.
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California just passed a budget deal that expands health coverage to some undocumented young-adult residents, making it the first state to do so.
The plan will provide Medicaid coverage to approximately 90,000 undocumented residents between read more >>>