Hundreds of thousands of low-income Angelenos became newly-eligible for Medi-Cal on January first. The idea under the Affordable Care Act was to switch them away from a transitional program that LA County started a few years ago.
Medi-Cal, California's version of Medicaid, already provides help to nearly 8 million residents. This week, the State Assembly is considering a bill which could add more than a million new people to Medi-Cal's rosters.
Whether you're eating a personal pie by candlelight in one of the city's nicest restaurants or digging into a slice the size of your face in front of the TV, L.A. has a lot to offer in the way of pizza. Where are your favorite pizza places? Can L.A.'s pizza compete with New York's or Chicago's?