For hundreds of people without medical or dental insurance, doctors and other volunteers are giving their time this weekend to offer free medical services as part of the California Careforce at Cal Expo in Sacramento. Gates for the clinic opened at 6 a.m. Friday for what is expected to be a nonstop line of people taking advantage of the free services. The first person in line said that he arrived at Cal Expo at 3:30 a.m. because he was in serious need of dental care.
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