​​​​​​​​California Proposition 56​​

In November 2016, voters passed Proposition 56 to support access to health care for low-income Californians covered by the Medi-Cal program. Known as the California Healthcare Research and Prevention Tobacco Tax Act, Prop. 56 raised the tax rate on cigarettes and other tobacco products to fund specific DHCS health car​e programs, including the Family Planning, Access, Care and Treatment program, women's health services, dental and physician services, developmental and trauma screenings, non-emergency medical transportation, and more. ​

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Last modified date: 9/23/2021 11:50 AM