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Kaiser to make health care more accessible for young adults

Kaiser Permanente is expanding its health coverage free of charge to uninsured and low-income young adults who cannot afford to purchase health insurance. The Community Health Care Program’s coverage includes preventive care, medication and vision services, according to a news ...

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CSUs promote student enrollment in Covered California health insurance

As part of a systemwide health insurance education project, Fresno State and the Central Valley Health Network held their first workshop Tuesday to provide students and families with education and enrollment information about Covered California. Part of a statewide project ...

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Ride share services face legal hurdles local and statewide

Uber, Lyft and other transportation network companies, or “TNCs,” favored by Millennials are currently locked in statewide and local battles the companies say could drastically undermine the way they do business. Uber, a San Francisco-based service that enables its users ...

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Fallen tree branch damages vehicle

Strong winds snapped a branch, causing it to fall on top of a student's car.

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Students need health care too

Twenty-two, full-time student with a part-time job. That description, give or take some years and a variation in college units and gender, fits many of us on this campus.

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Obama seeks to block AIG executives’ bonuses

President Barack Obama said Monday that he will seek “every single legal avenue” to block the payouts of $165 million in executive bonuses by American International Group, the insurance behemoth that taxpayers are spending billions to bail out.

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No insurance? No problem with the new California Rx Card

Between ever-increasing tuition fees, new textbooks for the spring semester, rent and record-high gas prices, paying for prescription drugs can seem impossible for a sick college student with a part-time job.

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