LOS ANGELES — California counties will not experience significant savings from healthcare insurance expansion under the Affordable Care Act, even though the expansion will lessen their burden of providing healthcare to the uninsured, according to a report from Moody's Investors Service.

"Counties won't save much in the end because the state of California will offset most of their savings by reducing the funds they provide counties for other human service programs," analysts said in a report.

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