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5 million Californians could be affected by Obamacare repeal

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| State data show that over 5 million Californians could lose their health coverage if the Trump administration scraps the main pillars of the federal law.

Facing possible ACA repeal, clinics plan for uncertain future

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The incoming Trump administration wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act and change how the federal government pays for Medicaid. That has community clinics worried.

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McCarthy's Obamacare stance spooks constituents

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) says Congress should repeal the entire Affordable Care Act first, then figure out a replacement.

Health care advice for unauthorized immigrants and 'Dreamers'

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Donald Trump's election raises questions about whether California will be able to continue offering Medi-Cal to some in the U.S. illegally.

Rally to support Obamacare, oppose Trump changes

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About 200 people gathered Tuesday to back the Affordable Care Act, the health insurance law that President-elect Donald Trump pledged to repeal and replace.

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What happens to California's medicaid under Trump?

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Two-thirds of people enrolled in Medi-Cal under the Affordable Care Act are minorities. If Trump dismantles Obamacare, they might feel the pain.

Uncertainty in California as Trump targets health law

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Trump and the GOP Congress plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. They have not worked out exactly what will replace it.

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California job-based health costs grew more slowly after Obamacare

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While average premiums for plans bought through Covered California are increasing by 13 percent, premiums for work-based policies are growing much more slowly.

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