Bridging the foster care gap

Posted: April 21st, 2017 | Editorial, Featured | No Comments

By Jeff Wiemann [Editor’s note: May is National Foster Care Awareness Month. This article previously ran in the San Diego Union-Tribune.] In my work supporting San Diego families who foster, there’s a lot to feel good about. Every day I see children thriving in stable, safe and loving environments while their biological parents are given […]

How I’m tackling my top priorities in Sacramento

Posted: March 17th, 2017 | Editorial, Featured | No Comments

By Toni G. Atkins The 2017 legislative session is well underway, and I am pursuing several of my top priorities while at the same time joining my colleagues in making sure that California remains a national leader in environmental protection and access to quality health care, and serves as a beacon of compassion and inclusiveness […]

Don’t get stuck with Medicare late fees

Posted: January 20th, 2017 | Editorial, Featured | No Comments

By Greg Dill This past holiday season, I found myself in line at the airport counter, waiting to check a bag prior to a flight to visit family and friends. The gentleman in front of me got frustrated when the customer agent said he had to pay more to check a bag because he hadn’t paid […]

Guest editorial: Five tips for shopping for the Covered California health plan that best fits you

Posted: November 18th, 2016 | Calendar, Opinion & News Briefs, Editorial | No Comments

By Covered California staff With Covered California’s three-month open-enrollment period starting Nov. 1, it’s a great time to shop for the best fit for your health coverage. During Covered California open enrollment, which runs through Jan. 31, consumers can choose among 11 name-brand health insurance plans that offer high-quality and affordable coverage.