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That is about as ridiculous as it can get. Absolutely no way to pay for it? How in the world can California afford to do free health care, when they can't even get out of the bankruptcy state that they're in. And now they're going to add more to their it's non-existent budget? Okay. Well the "country" of California has just seceded from the United States apparently LOL good luck with that Canada, er... I mean California

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