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Uninsured? Now you can shop for health care plans, compare prices
Los Angeles Daily News

Californians can now view a list of health plans that are competing to provide policies to the millions of uninsured residents who need health care coverage to meet the Affordable Care Act’s deadline, state officials announced Thursday. Covered California, a five-member board appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown and legislators that operates the exchange, unveiled the 13 health insurers who have agreed to be part of the marketplace, including the state’s largest health insurers such as Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield and Kaiser Permanente.