CA to Create State-Level Single-Payer Health Care

[…] On Friday, State Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) introduced legislation that would institute a single-payer system in California. The system would be similar to the health care system in Canada. But the single-payer system would cost California taxpayers an estimated $40 billion during the first year alone, and no one has been able to explain how that money would be raised.  MORE

11 Comments on CA to Create State-Level Single-Payer Health Care

  1. I think it’s actually closer to $160 billion in the first year, minimum.

    Maybe California could threaten to send all the Mexicans back to Mexico, unless Mexico coughs up $160 billion a year?

  2. Gonna be hard to do without Trump approved government money.

    Maybe the illegals will pay for it.

    ….and maybe monkeys will fly outa my butt.

  3. MULTIPLY x 10 any government projections. They LOW BALL the figures all the time to get people to support it. Look at Obamacare, “Will not cost you 1 dime more!” –TRUE! It cost people many thousands of dimes more! My rates went up 55% after I got kicked off my old plan, or rather, I was FORCED to change plans b/c I didn’t want to pay $1100 a month to keep it.

  4. that’s California for yoa, ALWAYS Doubling Down On STUPID


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