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Spanish-language website aims to help California Latino businesses navigate health care law
To help Latino business owners and employees comply with the federal Affordable Care Act, the California Endowment and its business partners have launched a new Spanish-language website.
Agencies team to improve healthcare enrollment on Central Coast
Local agencies are teaming with Get Covered America in an effort to improve enrollment in health insurance programs available today on the Central Coast.
First Edition: July 7, 2014
Today's headlines include a range of stories related to the implementation of the health law, and the politics surrounding it.
Advocates Say California Is Rejecting 'Free Money' To Renew Poor People's Insurance
Consumer advocates and some legislators were surprised and frustrated when California health officials recently refused a $6 million donation to help people re-up their Medi-Cal health coverage.
Ending poverty town hall meeting
Thursday Tavis Smiley convened a multidisciplinary panel of experts to talk about poverty.
Philanthropy Watchdog Examines The California Endowment and Daniels...
PRESS RELEASE Philanthropy Watchdog Examines The California Endowment and Daniels Fund on New Crowdsourcing Website -- WASHINGTON, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --: Today, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy unveiled the latest pair of foundation assessments for Philamplify, a new project aimed at bursting the isolation ... (more)
Le Grand, Merced area high schools using restorative justice for discipline
Schools in the Merced Union High School District, Merced County Office of Education and the Le Grand Union High School District are using a restorative justice model to reduce student discipline problems as well as the number of suspensions and expulsions.
Budget deal: Mixed bag on health care
The new state budget a approved Sunday by California lawmakers is a mixed bag when it comes to health care services.
Controversial billboard banned from Sac airport
"The Capitol feels like it was fine but the airport feels like it's too controversial," said Daniel Zingale, senior vice president of the California Endowment.