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Published on Jul 16, 2013
California's budget for fiscal year 2013-14 is signed, sealed and delivered, and it includes a plan for California counties to retain some state funding for indigent health care and public health functions, even after the federal Affordable Care Act takes effect. The Governor's original budget had proposed recapturing all of the funds counties rely on to deliver those essential services, because some people counties currently care for will shift over to the federal program. CSAC's Executive Director Matt Cate explains how we moved from a plan that might have devastated county health services to a compromise that allows counties some flexibility to choose how they manage a new health funding paradigm.