California, in particular, could be hurt by Congress’s inaction, according to an article from Southern California Public Radio, and poor residents will bear the brunt of the costs. The state is home to more than 1,200 clinics that treated 6.2 million patients last year. “This is a massive cut that will impact every health center in communities across California,” Carmela Castellano-Garcia, CEO of the California Primary Care Association, told the publication.

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