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Impatient: Fewer Americans are living without health insurance




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The number of Americans living without health insurance took a big dip last year according to figures released this morning. Nearly 9 million people have gained coverage since 2013. 

Southern California Public Radio's Rebecca Plevin joins the show every week to talk about the latest in consumer health. This week, along with the new facts about Americans living without health insurance, she's got an update on Assembly Bill 533, which was designed to protect Californians from huge and unexpected medical bills. It didn't pass, but it's not completely dead yet.

To hear the entire chat between Rebecca and Alex Cohen click on the full audio link embedded at the top of the post.



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