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"Having private long-term care insurance available to Californians means fewer aging seniors will ultimately become dependent on MediCal which is taxpayer funded," Slome explains.
The Gulf states have at their disposal advanced desalination and hydrology technologies that, properly managed, should "make the desert bloom", as the Californians did, without the "water wars" they had to endure.
The nervousness among Californians is being fueled by knowledge the magnitude 6.4 quake on the Fourth of July wasn't the main quake but only a precursor to the magnitude 7.1 quake that hit the same area the next day.
"Affordable auto insurance can increase Californians' economic mobility through access to employment and higher-paying jobs," Lara said in a statment.
"A strong regional presence enables banks to be more in-tune with customer needs, according to 40 percent of Southern Californians who believe local banks offer better customer service," said Heather Ellison, head of Retail Banking for OneWest Bank.
Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Californians are less likely to seek services for help with a mental health issue, perhaps due to negative attitudes and beliefs regarding mental illness, according to RAND researchers.
"The numbers tell us that more Californians are stepping up to help make their communities more water secure, which is welcome news in the face of this dire drought," Felicia Marcus, chair of the State Water Resources Control Board, said in a statement.
to implement a single-use bag ban, bringing the number of California residents living in an area with a bag ban up to 13 million, said Mark Murray, executive director of Californians Against Waste.
More Californians will travel - by car, bus and air - Labor Day weekend, says AAA Despite $4-a-gallon and higher gasoline prices, Californians are determined to enjoy a late-summer holiday outing, according to AAA.
Global Banking News-November 10, 2011--Citibank survey says Californians less inclined to spend this holiday(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
SAN FRANCISCO * Two-thirds of middle-aged Californians worry that they won't be able to cover the enormous cost of nursing home care -- now $70,000 a year -- and Latinos in particular feel vulnerable, according to a report released Aug.
McKee's nonprofit advocacy group Californians Aware and San Francisco-based Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP are spearheading the appeal.
It is expected that by March, about 400,000 Californians on disability insurance and paid family leave would benefit from the Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) Visa-branded debit cards.
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