Many black and Latino kids start with far fewer opportunities, according to the Race for Results report.
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SF supervisor wants people to be able to use Healthy SF money to pay premiums on Obamacare plans.
A new study estimates that 765,000 people who signed up for Covered California qualified for tax credits.
The penalty is more likely to be 1 percent of your income, not $95. That’s for starters.
California has taken ‘symbolic steps,’ but has not turned information into something useful to consumers.
A ruling for corporations could call laws that govern land use, housing or employment into question.
The uninsured face a tax penalty up to 1% of income, which could exceed $500 if earning $60,000/year.
Next month, a federal pilot program aimed at improving care for the most vulnerable is set to start rolling out in some California counties.
Lawfully present immigrants are eligible for many Obamacare benefits. Green card not required.
Enroll in health insurance by Mar. 31 or likely pay penalty of $95 or 1% of income, whichever is greater.