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Safety Net Fraying in Sacramento

The health care safety net is failing in Sacramento, California, leaving more than 400,000 residents who are covered by Medicaid or are uninsured with very limited access to primary care services.

The county, which once operated six public clinics, now has just one, leaving many low-income patients with only hospital emergency rooms to turn to for care.  Other free clinics are overwhelmed.

Read more about the situation today in this urban part of California in this Sacramento Bee articleiStock_000000522737XSmall.

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