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Thousands of local residents are out of work due to stay-at-home orders designed to curb the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus — and that means many tenants are likely short on rent money.
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This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Lindsey Holden, a participant in the 2019 Data Fellowship. Other stories in this series include: Can’t pay rent because of coronavirus? Here’s a guide to your housing rights in SLO County Are you stuck in a SLO County rental with bugs, mold
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Where I live in Los Angeles, it's easy to find a therapist or 20 in a single office building along Wilshire Boulevard. But chances are, most of them don't accept my insurance — or any insurance.
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Research shows that as hospitals fall under fewer ownership umbrellas, prices can rise — and at significantly higher rates than their more modestly sized competitors.
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Suggestions of health insurance policies with skimpy benefits and higher out-of-pocket costs might reduce part of the health insurance cost equation, but is that the kind of insurance system Americans really want?
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The Federal Trade Commission and California Attorney General have spent more than three years examining the merger proposal to weigh antitrust concerns.

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