Fact Sheets

2019 Year-In-Review

December 18, 2019

The annual ITUP Year-In-Review chronicles month-by-month important state and federal health policy milestones.

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Snapshot: Remaining Uninsured in California (Updated)

December 3, 2019

This ITUP Snapshot updates the profile of the state’s uninsured using 2018 data from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), and projections for 2022 from the California Simulation of Insurance Markets (CalSIM).

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Legislative Update: Final Results of the 2019-20 Legislative Session

October 21, 2019

Governor Newsom signed most of the health care bills sent to him by the Legislature this year. This ITUP Legislative Update reviews the bills passed by the Legislature in 2019, and the governor’s actions to sign (shown as chaptered) or veto the bills.   View Document

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2019 ITUP Regional Profiles

September 1, 2019

The 2019 ITUP “At-a-Glance” series profiling statewide and regional coverage, and enrollment by program, is now available!

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Final Federal Rule on Immigrants and Public Charge Fact Sheet

August 14, 2019

The latest ITUP Fact Sheet review and summarize the final rule, existing federal law related to public charge and health care programs, and assess the potential impacts on immigrant access to health care programs in California.

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ITUP Analysis: Covered CA 2020 Rates

August 8, 2019

This new issue of ITUP Tracking reviews the rate changes and health plan choices available to consumers for 2020.

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Health Care Programs for California Immigrants (Updated)

July 19, 2019

This ITUP fact sheet reviews existing health care programs for immigrants in California. California generally provides better access to health care coverage for immigrants than most other states, including covering all children in Medi-Cal regardless of immigration status.

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Final 2019-20 State Budget Continues the Move Toward Universal Coverage

June 28, 2019

The final 2019-20 state budget (and related legislation) just signed by Governor Newsom moves California steps closer to universal coverage, improves coverage affordability in the individual market, and invests in system improvements in Medi-Cal, mental health services and services for homeless individuals.

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