Health

Without health insurance? Here's what today’s Supreme Court decision means to you

The landmark Supreme Court decision upholding Obama's health care law could mean some significant changes for Californians currently without health care.
The landmark Supreme Court decision upholding Obama's health care law could mean some significant changes for Californians currently without health care.
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If you have a preexisting medical condition and have been without medical insurance for six months or more:

If you have a preexisting medical condition and are already enrolled in California’s temporary, Preexisting Condition Insurance Plan:

If you are an adult without dependent children and your household income meets a particular poverty level, and you are not now eligible for a government subsidy program:

If you are an adult without dependent children and your household income meets a particular poverty level, and your county is participating in the LIHP program:

If your family income is above the poverty level:

If you are between 18 and 25 years old: