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EDITORIAL: Time is running out on Obamacare

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State Hornet January 30, 2017

A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the future of affordable healthcare as the country waits to see what President Trump and a Republican Congress have planned for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Sacramento...

Sacramento State seeks students for Obamacare

Jonathan Ayestas March 20, 2014

A new project created by two universities is focused on educating students about health care before the approaching March 31 deadline. Los Angeles State Department of Health Science Chair Walter...

Students battle health problems and the bills that come with them

Students battle health problems and the bills that come with them
State Hornet Staff February 18, 2014

There is an array of things that can stress out the typical college student – working full-time, homework and massive amounts of reading, family and relationship problems and more. But one thing many...

Students have access to health insurance through Affordable Care Act

Kathleen Pizzo October 16, 2013

Starting this month, the Affordable Care Act will allow many eligible college students to enroll in either no-cost public insurance or heavily discounted private insurance.CSU Chancellor Timothy White...

The Affordable Care Act will not change much for some Sacramento State businesses; leaves others in confusion

Justin Hamilton, general manager of the Jamba Juice located in the Union, makes a smoothie for a customer.
Nick Scheuer January 30, 2013

On Jan. 1, three major portions of the Affordable Care Act regarding how health care providers bill for their services went into effect. When the act was passed in 2010, there was a significant controversy...

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