Nearly 2,000 pregnant women join the ranks of Covered California customers whose health plans have been automatically – and sometimes mysteriously – canceled.
Nearly 2,000 pregnant women join the ranks of Covered California customers whose health plans have been automatically – and sometimes mysteriously – canceled. Felipe Dana Associated Press file
Nearly 2,000 pregnant women join the ranks of Covered California customers whose health plans have been automatically – and sometimes mysteriously – canceled. Felipe Dana Associated Press file
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Glitches prompt Covered California to drop some pregnant women

April 18, 2016 06:00 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2016 07:34 AM

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