Arcelia Escamilla

Arcelia Escamilla, 39, holds on to her son Kevin Tlatoa, 6, at the Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center, where he is being treated for hearing loss under the state’s Healthy Families insurance program. The boy's father is a construction worker, but his company considers him an independent contractor and does not provide medical insurance. He makes too much money to get coverage through Medi-Cal, but says he would struggle to pay for private insurance.

( Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times / May 22, 2009 )

Arcelia Escamilla, 39, holds on to her son Kevin Tlatoa, 6, at the Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center, where he is being treated for hearing loss under the state’s Healthy Families insurance program. The boy's father is a construction worker, but his company considers him an independent contractor and does not provide medical insurance. He makes too much money to get coverage through Medi-Cal, but says he would struggle to pay for private insurance.

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