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Capps applauded Covered California’s release of the 13 individual and family health plans that will be available in California’s health insurance marketplace starting in January 2014.
Capps highlighted a recent report from Families USA detailing the number of Californians living in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties who will be eligible for new tax credits under the Affordable Care Act.
Capps Introduces Legislation to End Research Ban On Organ Donation From HIV-Positive Donors to HIV-Positive Transplant Recipients
Boxer, Coburn, Baldwin, Paul Introduce Identical Legislation in the Senate That Could Help Alleviate Long Transplant Waiting Lists
Bipartisan bill is designed to help increase research and accelerate the development of clinical trials to treat rare pediatric diseases
Capps Announces $500,000 in Federal Funding to Expand School Based Health Care Services in Santa Maria
"Our school kids need access to the care school-based health centers provide to keep them healthy and to help them be ready to learn. Expanding the number and reach of these centers is a clear win for our children," said Congresswoman Lois Capps.
In the first ten months of 2012 alone, 235,245 individuals in California have saved an average of $594 on prescription drugs.
Encourages Central Coast Seniors and Their Families to Review Medicare Plans Now