Plaintiffs Analilia Jimenez Perea and her son, Saul Jimenez Perea, speak at a news conference to announce a Medi-Cal civil rights complaint filed by attorneys with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, commonly known as MALDEF, and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center in Los Angeles on July 12, 2017. California is harming medical care for more than 13 million lower-income residents, more than half of them Latinos, by failing to pay doctors enough to provide proper care, according to a lawsuit filed in July.
Plaintiffs Analilia Jimenez Perea and her son, Saul Jimenez Perea, speak at a news conference to announce a Medi-Cal civil rights complaint filed by attorneys with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, commonly known as MALDEF, and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center in Los Angeles on July 12, 2017. California is harming medical care for more than 13 million lower-income residents, more than half of them Latinos, by failing to pay doctors enough to provide proper care, according to a lawsuit filed in July. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press
Plaintiffs Analilia Jimenez Perea and her son, Saul Jimenez Perea, speak at a news conference to announce a Medi-Cal civil rights complaint filed by attorneys with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, commonly known as MALDEF, and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center in Los Angeles on July 12, 2017. California is harming medical care for more than 13 million lower-income residents, more than half of them Latinos, by failing to pay doctors enough to provide proper care, according to a lawsuit filed in July. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press

California talks big on health, but so few docs take Medi-Cal that it violates civil rights

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