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UCLA Center for Health Policy Research experts and research are featured in hundreds of media outlets each year, on topics ranging from the impact of California's budget on health care programs for the poor, to the proposed repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, to the fight to end language barriers at the doctor's office.

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The Sacramento Bee

4 Things President Trump Wants to Accomplish in 2018

California health insurance premiums expected to rise under Republican tax plan
El Diario Se atienden paseños en Juárez por alza en seguros
CNN Money Aging undocumented immigrants pose costly health care challenge 
Capital Public Radio  More Than A Quarter Of California Teens Are Gender Nonconforming, New Study Shows
The New York Times City’s New Public Hospitals Chief Will Focus on Primary Care
Orange County Register So hooked on video games it’s a mental disorder? Cal State Fullerton experts say the answer is multilevel  
California Health Report How Many California Children Receive Annual Checkups?
89.3 KPCC DACA uncertainty taking a toll on mental health
CNN International CVS to buy Aetna for $69 billion in deal that would shake up healthcare industry

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Study reveals 27% of Californian youth identify as gender non-conforming