AB 4 (Arambula, Bonta, Chiu) and SB 29 (Durazo):
SB 29/AB 4 would provide full-scope Medi-Cal to income-eligible adults by removing immigration status as an eligibility exclusion.
Passed the Senate May 29th and is now in the Assembly waiting for committee assignments.
AB-4 Medi-Cal: eligibility - Bonta, Chiu, and Santiago
(Coauthors: Assembly Members Carrillo, Gipson, and Reyes)
(Coauthor: Senator Durazo)
SB-29 Medi-Cal: eligibility - Senator Durazo
(Coauthor: Assembly Member Arambula)
SB 29 and AB 4 would provide full-scope Medi-Cal to income-eligible adults by removing immigration status as an eligibility exclusion.
Inland Equity Partnership was formerly California Partnership. California Partnership (CAP) was founded in 2003 in response to the gutting of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. The response grew into a statewide coalition of community groups responding to the continued cuts in programs which serve people living in poverty. CAP has worked to end the maximum family grant from CalWORKs and the lifetime ban for people with felony convictions. We worked to support Health4All Kids for undocumented youth.