The state's health insurance exchange, established under the healthcare law, commonly called Obamacare, now enrolls 1.3 million Californians, the majority of whom receive federal subsidies.
An additional 3.8 million Californians also are enrolled under a provision of the law that allowed single adults without children to sign up for
The prospect of losing their health plans has created widespread confusion and panic for both groups, even as many are in the process of signing up for 2017 health care plans.
But the bulk of the daylong session will feature two panel discussions that will focus on the national and state health care landscape and trends in light of the recent election.
Among those scheduled to participate are Covered California CEO Lee;
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