By some estimates, there are about 7 million people in California without health insurance — or about one in five nonelderly state residents.
Since late 2010, Covered California has been allocated nearly $1 billion in federal grants. After 2014, the exchange must be self-supporting from fees paid by health plans and insurers participating in the exchange.
Also Thursday, the California Endowment, a statewide health foundation, announced a four-year, $225 million commitment to support community outreach, increase primary care providers in underserved areas, contain health care costs and provide more consistent care to illegal immigrants.
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