Examines access to employer-based coverage among children and nonelderly adults age 64 and under, insurance status, and other sources of coverage, including Medi-Cal and family coverage, by income, firm size, citizenship, race/ethnicity, and region.
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Title: One-Fifth of Nonelderly Californians Do Not Have Access to Job-Based Health Insurance Coverage
Publication date 2010-11-18
Publication Year 2010
, Shana Alex Lavarreda
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
North America / United States (Western) / California
access to job
, ucla center
, without access
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