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During health care reform’s 2014 implementation, up to two-thirds of California’s 7 million uninsured population will become eligible for health insurance coverage, according to a new policy brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.

The policy brief, Two-thirds of California’s 7 Million Uninsured May Obtain Coverage Under Health Care Reform, estimates 4.7 million Californians will likely be eligible for either the health insurance exchange or Medi-Cal expansion, which is based on county-by-county estimates of the number of Californians with job-based, public or private insurance in 2009 along with those who were uninsured for all or part of that year.

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