Healthcare system pains California voters in poll
San Francisco Chronicle, April 28, 2008
A new poll shows that most Californians are increasingly concerned about the state's healthcare system, and nearly three-quarters of them would have approved a healthcare reform plan led by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that failed in the Legislature. Voters' key concerns included not being able to pay for all costs from a serious illness or injury, having to pay more out-of-pocket expenses for their health insurance coverage, and not having or potentially losing health insurance, the poll found.
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