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Young adults a key to Affordable Care Act in California




Fourth-grader Arylu Paniagua, 9, receives an immunization shot from registered nurse Patricia McGleam in the Loyola Pediatric Mobile Health Unit, parked outside Columbus West Elementary School, February 22, 2005 in Cicero, Illinois.
Fourth-grader Arylu Paniagua, 9, receives an immunization shot from registered nurse Patricia McGleam in the Loyola Pediatric Mobile Health Unit, parked outside Columbus West Elementary School, February 22, 2005 in Cicero, Illinois.
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Today, Covered California is expected to release a list of the health plans and rates they'll offer this fall.  The success of the Affordable Care Act depends on people who are currently uninsured buying into the insurance marketplace.

However, many of those people are young adults, and those who've been watching the process worry they'll be put off by the premiums. For the California Report, Mina Kim explains.