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Health care for all

The governor refused to sign the Health Care for All bill. Two years of hard work saw the bill approved by the Assembly and Senate.

Phil Angelides says he will sign the bill if he becomes governor.

We hear that the governor didn’t want another government program. Our elected government officials seem to be happy with their government health insurance. If it is good enough for them, why not us?

Always they say, “Follow the money.” The insurance and drug companies don’t support the health-care bill, so how much are they putting in the governor’s coffers?

Remember, we really cover the emergency calls that come from the uninsured plus the family breakdown if people loose their jobs because of health. This is a costly way of doing it.

Mary Jorgensen

Nevada City

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