LA County Democratic Party calls on Newsom to submit waiver to create single-payer system
Emily Boerger | Jan 15, 2021 | California
The Newsom Administration announced the release of the Master Plan for Aging on Wednesday, outlining five goals and 23 strategies designed to prepare the state for the significant demographic changes – such as the growth in the over-60 population – expected in the coming years. The new 10-year strategy is
Regardless of one's politics, if you want a story about how one person can make a difference in her community, which will make a difference in her state, and so in her country, and then in the world, look no further than what Stacey Abrams has done in Georgia. Folks can
Abner Mason, CEO of ConsejoSano Health, Beau Hennemann, Director of Special Programs for Anthem Blue Cross, and Kelly Bruno, CEO of the National Health Foundation, discussed building trust and addressing the social determinants of health during the Southern California State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference last month.
Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry represents California’s 4th Assembly District, which includes all or parts of Napa, Lake, Yolo, Sonoma, Colusa and Solano counties. Aguiar-Curry is on the Committee of Health. She is also chair of the Local Government Committee. In this Q&A, Aguiar-Curry discusses rural health care, COVID-19, the 2021 session,
Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that all 94 Homekey projects have closed escrow, buildings that will provide 6,029 critically needed housing units for people experiencing homelessness throughout California. A total of $750 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Fund dollars has been allocated to 51 applicants for the 94 projects. These
President Trump signed the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package on Sunday, clearing the way for over $50 billion in estimated federal funding to come into California. Gov. Newsom outlined the aid likely to flow into the state during a press conference last week. The majority of the funding