Members of Covered California's board of directors also questioned whether spending millions of dollars to ramp up a marketing campaign was the right approach while systemic problems persist with the health exchange.
At the board's meeting yesterday, consumer advocacy groups and insurance agents cited continued long wait times on the exchange's telephone call centers. They say there are numerous problems with the online enrollment site and multi-week lag times in getting paperwork to insurance companies.
Sen. Norma Torres, speaking on behalf of the legislative Latino Caucus, said Latinos face numerous obstacles to enrolling, but marketing is not one.
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted the current GOP health care proposal during a rally in San Francisco on Friday, saying it would cause millions of Californians to lose their health care coverage.
A bill to regulate dialysis clinics has stalled in the California Legislature following strong opposition from the medical industry.
From single payer to universal coverage, California looks for a way to cover the uninsured.
A recently-introduced bill would ban one of the nation’s most widely-used pesticides, chlorpyrifos. The Obama Administration moved to ban it in 2015, over health concerns, but this year the Trump Administration reversed that decision.