Past Press Releases
OAKLAND, Calif. – Six months ago, U.S. President Barack Obama made history by signing the landmark health reform law that will lead to expanded health coverage for the majority of California’s 8 million uninsured, especially for communities of color who comprise nearly three-quarters of our state’s uninsured. Today, several provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) take effect with significant health benefits. Multicultural health organizations are celebrating this milestone.
OAKLAND, Calif. — A new report, The Inextricable Connection between Food Insecurity & Diabetes, released today by the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN), highlights the connection between the millions of Californians struggling to put food on their table and our state’s skyrocketing diabetes rates.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Today, President Barack Obama made history by signing landmark health reform legislation. The bill expands health coverage to the majority of California ’s 8 million uninsured, including communities of color who comprise two-thirds of the uninsured in our state.