Folks SB 562 is NOT the answer to improving Health Insurance in CA. Please spend the time to get educated about... https://t.co/esjyObzxxV— Alan P Herman (@apherman) May 22, 2017
It would cost $400 billion per year to remake California’s health insurance marketplace and create a publicly funded universal heath care system, according to a state financial analysis released Monday.
California would have to find an additional $200 billion per year, including in new tax revenues, to create a so-called “single-payer” system, the analysis by the Senate Appropriations committee found. The estimate assumes the state would retain the existing $200 billion in local, state and federal funding it currently receives to offset the total $400 billion price tag....
The price tag on a California single payer plan is in, and it’s bigger than the state budget https://t.co/uDir1RKZdk— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) May 22, 2017
Single-payer proposal would cost more than the whole CA State Budget - which is already the largest in the nation. https://t.co/KmhkCP3GSX— Tab Berg (@tabberg) May 22, 2017
Everyone will get paid in glitter and be allowed to ride unicorns to work. https://t.co/qZvvSiHYxF— Jennifer Kent (@sacrunnergirl) May 22, 2017