It's not unusual for patients to have to track down their medical records as they move from one doctor to another, or if they end up in the emergency room. However, two of California's largest insurers are collaborating to solve that problem. They're launching what could be the largest electronic medical record base in the country.
Most politicians, and their spokespeople, prefer email to communicate with their constituents and the press. Some even use Twitter as a means to get the word out. However, California Representative Paul Cook prefers the old-fashioned way: He sends out more snail mail than anyone else in the House of Representatives.
Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of a spasm of civil unrest that left large swaths of the city in ashes, and tested the boundaries of social order. We'll look back on what happened and what was behind the anger. And this weekend it will be 100 days since President Trump took office. We’ll have a look at his time in office so far, and how its affected California.
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