Chad Terhune covers the business of healthcare and the biggest expansion of health insurance in half a century as part of the federal Affordable Care Act for the LA Times.
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he Columbia Journalism Review has praised his coverage of the health law for its clarity and in-depth reporting. Prior to joining the Los Angeles Times in early 2012, he was an award-winning reporter for the Wall Street Journal and Businessweek.
Chad spent more than a decade at the Journal and his series of front-page stories on health insurance won a National Press Club award in 2003. At Businessweek, his stories on health reform and subprime mortgages earned recognition from the New York Press Club and Investigative Reporters and Editors. He graduated from the University of Florida.
CONTENT BY THIS PERSONNews Story Chad Terhune
Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
August 21, 2015
In response to blistering criticism from a consumer group, California's Obamacare exchange vowed to fix longstanding enrollment and tax-related errors that have blocked consumers from getting coverage for months and left some with unforeseen bills.
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