500,000 Californians lost health insurance, report says
San Francisco Chronicle, April 2, 2009
About 500,000 working-age Californians have lost health insurance since the start of the recession, and an additional 600,000 could lose theirs by 2012 even if the economy fully recovers, according to a UC Berkeley report. The report estimated that between November 2007 and February of this year, about 3.7 million more American adults became uninsured.
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