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Cancer centers limited under Covered California
Los Angeles Daily News

The health care plan Mike Merkel carefully settled on last November seemed like a blessing.

The West Covina resident enrolled in the Blue Shield platinum plan for a family of four. Because he and his wife earn just above the federal maximum income level, they did not receive any subsidies or breaks in their insurance costs. But he was paying $1,000 less a year for him, his wife, Nina, and two children compared with a previous plan. He’d be getting what he wanted, he was told.

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