Capital Public Radio features Modesto uninsured project

Reporter Jocelyn Wiener appeared on Capital Public Radio's Insight on Wednesday to discuss the project "Don't Get Sick: Crisis in Coverage." The Center partnered with The Modesto Bee to produce the project, which spanned three days and included 18 stories and four audio slideshows. Wiener talks about how across class lines, people are struggling to access care -- or simply are going without. Listen here.

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