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At the end of 2017, California finds itself at a major crossroads.
When Alice Mayall rushed her daughter Hannah to the hospital for a head injury after a water polo tournament a few years ago, she didn’t think twice about whether she could afford it.
Congressional Republicans appear to be moving full speed ahead in repealing the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, prompting debate among California health care experts on how the state...
Just a few decades ago, small businesses in California often banded together to buy health insurance on the premise that a bigger pool of enrollees would get them a better deal.
ROSALSKY: But as the profession grows, it’s facing legal and political challenges from state governments. In most states, NPs have had to fight to obtain a license that would give them what’s...
SACRAMENTO – Senator Ed Hernandez, O.D.
SACRAMENTO – Today, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America initiated litigation challenging Senate Bill 17.
SACRAMENTO – Senator Dr. Ed Hernandez (D-West Covina) has honored Gary Baca’s business “Counter Point Public Adjusting” as the 22nd Senate District’s 2017 Small Business of the Year in...
The 2017 Veterans Service Awards Honorees from the San Gabriel Valley are being recognized for their service and impact on our community
Author of drug pricing transparency bill in California invited to speak during the National Academy for State Health Policy in Portland