Gov. Newsom’s proposed mandate is designed to shore up California's individual health care market. But it could disproportionately impact low- and middle-income residents.
There are 22 bills before the state's Legislature this year that aim to make health care more affordable and accessible. Here's what they would do.
State lawmakers could be scaling back proposals to expand Medi-Cal coverage to all Californians after a budget subcommittee approved funding for only undocumented young adults and seniors.
Many California entrepreneurs struggle to pay for insurance. But they could get a boost under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest proposals.
Will a California individual mandate for health insurance bring in enough money to subsidize more affordable care?
One question going forward is whether more centrist and independent voters will come to share concerns voiced by Republicans in the state.
A truck driver’s battle over bills for emergency care and lab tests shines a spotlight on failure of nonprofit hospitals to offer uninsured patients “charity care.”
The California Department of Insurance has ordered health care cost sharing ministry Aliera Healthcare, Inc. and its subsidiary to stop doing business in the state, after consumer complaints of claim delays and denials of care.