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" If healthcare is a right– and it is– the only straightforward action to the existing crisis is the single-payer "Medicare For All" reform that would bring the USA in line with humane as well as accountable nations worldwide.

The motion for single payer is genuine, as well as it's winning in The golden state.

The state Us senate elected 23 to 14 on Thursday for SB 562, a single-payer proposition that would assure universal healthcare to all Californians. "Just what we did today was really authorize the principle of a single-payer system in The golden state," proclaimed state Legislator Ricardo Lara, a key advocate for the bill, adhering to the ballot.

" California Senators have sent out a distinct message today to every Californian and also people across the country," declared RoseAnn DeMoro, the executive supervisor of the California Nurses Association and also National Nurses United, which led the fight for the "Healthy The golden state Act."" *.

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  1. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    77 to 0 likes. Trolls must have given up.

    • Posted by Big Jay, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond Now, they’re just watching FOX! Give them time.

    • Posted by David Sweany, at Reply

      Do you call a person with different views then your views do you call them trolls?

    • Posted by VirginityDen, at Reply

      IF you don’t agree with my OPINION then YOU are a TROLL. GTFO TROLL!!!
      Bigotry in a nutshell.

    • Posted by taxiuniversum, at Reply

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  2. Posted by P BD, at Reply

    Its working everywere else in the world…. why not in California?

    • Posted by Aaron Rainbolt, at Reply

      Adam Smith what the hell are you even talking about

    • Posted by Aaron Rainbolt, at Reply

      Main Man B-Fuzz places wit democratic control are booming. you prolly don’t have any idea of what happened to Detroit. and $12?????????????? that’s easy. that’s saving money. nothing you said made any sense

    • Posted by Ethan H. Wilson, at Reply

      P BD more like why not the US. think big

    • Posted by spooder man the cuck slayer, at Reply

      Bernie tried it in Vermont, it didn’t work. It was a total botch just like it will be in Cali

    • Posted by JFK, at Reply

      Is that why they’re so anxious to try it again?

  3. Posted by Miguel Garcia, at Reply

    so proud to be californian πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

    • Posted by MrBiggieRock, at Reply

      Connor Katana ………………… I could never understand why Southerners hat California, if these people knew how to read, they would realize that it is California’s taxes that keep Southern states afloat.

    • Posted by Grayson Brewer, at Reply

      MrBiggieRock I’m from Texas and I love California, unfortunately the majority of people in my state aren’t very educated, as soon as I can I’m dropping Texas and moving to Cali where they have common sense

    • Posted by MrBiggieRock, at Reply

      Grayson Brewer ……………………….. The only draw back is housing prices, try to buy a house and you have to outbid other buyers by offering $30 grand over asking price, we have to do something about that, but this new Single payer have business rushing into California. There are shacks in Cal costing more than mansions in Georgia.

    • Posted by Ricky Spanish, at Reply

      Gay pride right?

    • Posted by Mareha, at Reply

      I’m not from California and even I’m proud of you! /high five

  4. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    California should just secede, and save itself.

    • Posted by Brandon Reed, at Reply

      Hal Jordan Canada invited them to join. Still waiting for the answer.

    • Posted by Shareef Taylor, at Reply

      California succession is actually on Putin’s divide-and-conquer playbook to diminish the USA’s standing and power in the world. Trump already had Moscow in celebration mode. Let’s not help them dismantle our country any further.

    • Posted by shadowspider9, at Reply

      Working on it. I’ve heard they plan to put it on the California 2018 proposition ballet. Of course, even if it passed I don’t think seceding is possible.
      We kind of already had a pretty big war over states trying to secede.

    • Posted by Garrett Howard, at Reply

      Shareef Taylor πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I love people who think Putin is this all powerfull man who has this master plan

  5. Posted by jo smith, at Reply

    Filthy Trump supporters should only be allowed to have Trumpcare.

    • Posted by big Cahuna, at Reply

      “filthy Trump supporters” ? Who do you support, lice bag ?

    • Posted by crackawhat1, at Reply

      I’m not overly familar with California’s budgetary books, but debt in general isn’t a bad thing. When I had 10k in the bank and 10k available in 401k, I took out at 95,000 loan for a house. This, on top of a 10,000 car loan. Technically, based on assets, I’m MASSIVELY in debt. Does this mean I’m going to go bankrupt? No, there are other factors (income in this case).

      Obviously too much debt is bad, but if the money used for the debt is spent intelligently, the return on investment (which could be multiple things; increased tourism, cleaner land/water/air, more companies moving in, higher wages, etc. I’m not saying Cali is getting all of these things from spending money, I’m just arguing that spending money that results in these things isn’t bad.)

    • Posted by jussayin mipeece, at Reply

      +Chad .Bushay it’s useless to present facts to these idiots. They will always believe what trump says over FACTS.

  6. Posted by Jerry Perez, at Reply

    To all my fellow Californians if you want to follow this bill go here.
    https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
    the bill is called sb562

    • Posted by Ymr Bleav, at Reply

      Jerry Perez
      Thanks

  7. Posted by AboxoroxRoxursox, at Reply

    You guys understand this saves companies and small business money. By making the healthcare tax payer reliant, companies and small businesses no longer have to dock hours via ACA and give their employees health benefits.

    • Posted by Ryan, at Reply

      But it will be mediocre healthcare with no choice

    • Posted by RichOrElse, at Reply

      you are only saying that because you are currently enjoying the greatest healthcare in the face of the world.

    • Posted by Garett James, at Reply

      Ryan, developed countries with Universal Healthcare have basically the same medical outcomes. Also, it does not make private medical insurance illegal. Finally, in the countries that have it, you can choose your own doctor. You’re welcome.

  8. Posted by msc D-A, at Reply

    California knows how to party!

    • Posted by Mohamedou Sidina, at Reply

      Rip tupac

    • Posted by Mohamedou Sidina, at Reply

      Rip tupac

    • Posted by Richard Paniagua, at Reply

      msc D-A yes we do

    • Posted by Phuck Ewe, at Reply

      The don’t have parties in California, they have fiestas.

  9. Posted by Garrisson Twocrows Titman, at Reply

    weed tax.
    paid.

    • Posted by sensi please, at Reply

      YES

    • Posted by Ian Weatherell, at Reply

      Jonathan just go medical, it’s a lot cheaper anyway.

  10. Posted by Billy Bunnell, at Reply

    congratulations great move to lead the country in the right direction

    • Posted by wildturkey3776, at Reply

      Detroit, Baltimore, Chicago,

    • Posted by Moira McCleary, at Reply

      Billy Bunnell California has always been one step ahead of the rest of the country in dealing with the complexity of today’s healthcare delivery and how it can be fixed to work for the people. Eliminate the greedy insurance and pharmaceutical companies.

    • Posted by beanie0112, at Reply

      Billy Bunnell don’t you mean the left direction?

  11. Posted by H. Ellis, at Reply

    way to go Cali! way to go Nurses Union!

    • Posted by Joshua Zimmer, at Reply

      get a job trolls

    • Posted by iMergeAndSee, at Reply

      axel tiburcio You missed the detailed part from Cenk I see. With the current plan, you pay 15% more in payroll BUT You no longer pay the Medicaid tax, and you no longer have a chunk of your paycheck removed for the Employer Sponsored Health Plan. I looked at those costs on my Pay stubs from 2000 to current, those two costs alone were always more than 15%, sometimes >25%. Try the same for your self and see.

    • Posted by PlumbDrumb, at Reply

      That’s not a problem, that’s a solution. Colorado wants this too.

    • Posted by iMergeAndSee, at Reply

      whyamimrpink78 NO, they build out there because Real Estate is cheaper, and they feel those areas of the country need expansion. You ought to read their books (of said CEO’s and Execs) and learn more about their modus operandi before speaking for them. Munsk has a plan, ALL Futurists do!

  12. Posted by Bryan Elias, at Reply

    I’m sorry but California is the best state in the U.S fight mee πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

    • Posted by lucariomew365, at Reply

      smokin tokin Well those are backwards (bigots), narcissistic, gun-toting, yahoos. Totally different, but equally toxic.

  13. Posted by Matthew Condie, at Reply

    California: the greatest state

    • Posted by Bitch theoneyouhate, at Reply

      wildturkey3776 Thank you Dumbstradamus,tell us more about it please.You’re so jealousπŸ˜‚,I know it must be hard to compare this great state to yours right? Meanwhile us Californians are living the life..hate us motherfucker πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

    • Posted by Garrett Howard, at Reply

      Matthew Condie Yup, mozt expensive state to live in, such high crimes, and so many idiotic libtards.

    • Posted by Seth the Wicked, at Reply

      Mozt.

  14. Posted by Sergei, at Reply

    New York next!

    • Posted by Joe Portes, at Reply

      Let’s hope so! I’m a New Yorker and I’d be happy to pay more in taxes for single-payer.

    • Posted by Moira McCleary, at Reply

      Sergei California and New York have always been ahead of the rest of the country of how healthcare doesn’t work for the people and how it can work.

  15. Posted by John Salazar, at Reply

    I don’t get it. Healthcare costs employers as much as 35% of a person’s salary. Yet with single payer the government is saying yes you will pay 15% payroll tax but you no longer will have to contribute 35% to your employees health care and corporations are still against that?

    • Posted by Aaron Rainbolt, at Reply

      whyamimrpink78 no it doesn’t hurt them. you just explained why it doesn’t. they cant afford healthcare now and then they will have it and their employees will have it and their customers will be saving money from it and it will help their business

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Let’s be clear, in the case of healthcare, by “corporations” we’re talking about HEALTH INSURERS. With single payer universal healthcare, insurers are obsolete. They become a luxury industry.

  16. Posted by Michael Walker, at Reply

    Great, that means New York will have single payer healthcare in a few years or so if California did it

    • Posted by brent pal, at Reply

      Joe Portes they should get paid more because they will see more patients. they make more in canada

    • Posted by David Meier, at Reply

      The New York Assembly already passed a single payer system earlier this month. I think the legislation is awaiting a vote in the state senate. If New York and California are able to successfully implement single payer systems, you could see a domino effect.

    • Posted by lekkki1, at Reply

      maybe less than that. Maybe about 1.5 years.Oregon and Washington might do it quicker.

  17. Posted by Saraza, at Reply

    California will be the example of how the United States could be.

    • Posted by William Francis, at Reply

      Fuzzy Fox I appreciate your reply. I’m actually en route to Greece now to meet my partners in our joint venture. As for the turbines, the adjustments have been made. However, your points were well received….. in terms of the criminal justice system l, having a permanent underclass doesn’t serve the broader economic interests of the United States. Just like we recycle products and goods, we should recycle people into productive elements of our society.

    • Posted by SirGrips, at Reply

      Pamza Luikham Indeed I do not want to go to California. If they want to deprive their people of their constitutional rights to keep little old me out so be it. California can keep it’s slave like illegal immigrants as well.

    • Posted by Joseph Flaherty, at Reply

      SirGrips We wouldn’t take the time or waste the time NOT WANTING you.

    • Posted by Joseph Flaherty, at Reply

      You can just stay in Arissippi or Missizona. Don’t mean nuthin’

  18. Posted by will be my end, at Reply

    I’m all for Universal Healthcare, but we Californians already pay nearly 40% in taxes… We need to stop supporting those Red Cuckservative States that live off our tax money and use that for a Medicare for All in California.

    • Posted by Krausewitz, at Reply

      Paying more in taxes, but paying NOTHING for healthcare means that unless you are insanely rich you will SAVE money. If you have more money in your pocket at the end of every month who cares if ‘taxes’ went up in the process….you’re still objectively better off.

    • Posted by CRod_93, at Reply

      Here here 🍺…. we must secede!

    • Posted by Garrett Howard, at Reply

      CRod_93 You realise seceding would hurt the now country correct? All shipments would now have to be shipped to a new country, food prices would go up, health care would go up, schooling, jobs would go down, it would be terrible

  19. Posted by Chris Mac, at Reply

    You deserve it guys! Sincerely, a Canadian

    • Posted by Methos Films, at Reply

      Bender Rodriguez and from another canadian I say eh? 😁

    • Posted by Liz Tew, at Reply

      From yet anther Canadian, I also say eh.

    • Posted by Athisham Iqbal, at Reply

      Chris Mac from a UK citizen, who admires Canadians, I also say eh?

    • Posted by MsColdCanada, at Reply

      Yes indeed. It’s the first hopeful news I’ve heard from them, with the exception of many mayors planning to stick to Paris accord, since their polls close. It’s the embodiment of be the change you want to see.Β We wish them the best, eh?

    • Posted by Maureen Miettinen, at Reply

      <3 <3 <3

  20. Posted by Taylor Avalos, at Reply

    As California goes, so goes the nation. Proud of my state today!

    • Posted by Longberrys, at Reply

      Taylor Avalos didn’t work with Hillary

    • Posted by Carlitos Ramos, at Reply

      @Darkside Media — 20%? LOL! Are you counting the retired, underage, full time students, and disabled?? Here is the actual number —
      http://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/file/lfmonth/countyur-400c.pdf — 4.5%.

    • Posted by Darkside Media, at Reply

      Taylor Avalos So if the California government takes your home and property away to pay for free health care you would be ok with it? Progressives are just another name for communist.