Golden State Teeters on Edge of Healthcare Cliff


Democrats in the California Legislature are moving ahead with a new bid to impose single-payer health care in the Golden State.

Last week, the Senate Health Committee green-lit SB 770 by a 7-2 margin. The measure holds Gov. Gavin Newsom to a set of deadlines for advancing his long-promised government takeover of the state’s health insurance sector.

Next up for the bill will be a hearing before the state Senate Appropriations Committee May 1. If this effort succeeds, state residents will soon find themselves subject to long waits for poor care, as is the case in countries with government-dominated systems like the United Kingdom and Canada.

Click to read the full article in Newsmax.

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