Blanca Lucio of Los Angeles and her children write a message in support of Medi-Cal during a Medi-Cal rally at the state Capitol in June 2015. In a few months, California will begin providing full Medi-Cal coverage to all low-income children.
Blanca Lucio of Los Angeles and her children write a message in support of Medi-Cal during a Medi-Cal rally at the state Capitol in June 2015. In a few months, California will begin providing full Medi-Cal coverage to all low-income children. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Blanca Lucio of Los Angeles and her children write a message in support of Medi-Cal during a Medi-Cal rally at the state Capitol in June 2015. In a few months, California will begin providing full Medi-Cal coverage to all low-income children. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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