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Q: I'm a Medicare recipient. How are people like me affected by Obamacare?
Q: I had colon cancer and have had trouble buying health insurance ever since. Under Obamacare, will insurance companies still be allowed to refuse me because of my medical history?
Q: I've heard that some people won't be required to have health insurance under Obamacare. Is this true?
Q: I work at a family-owned restaurant and my boss has cut back my insurance coverage. I have to pay a lot more out of pocket on top of my monthly premium. Can I find a better deal on insurance under health reform?
Q: I keep hearing about something called the health insurance exchange. What is it and how is it supposed to work?
Cash-strapped California is aggressively moving its poorest residents to managed health care, whether they're seniors, rural residents or people with disabilities.
Under a budget bill signed last week by the governor, some low-income Sacramento children who have tried unsuccessfully to get dental treatment will be able to leave managed care for a program that offers more flexibility.
Some low-income children in Sacramento County who have tried but failed to get dental care would have an escape route under a bill awaiting action by the governor.
When state lawmakers learned that Sacramento County's dental program for poor children has one of the worst records in the state, they immediately scheduled hearings and demanded reform.