California $215 billion budget to expand health care for illegal

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California, the new budget, signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday, expanding health care for illegal immigrants, and includes a penalty for people who do not buy health insurance.

The provisions were among several measures in the $214.8 billion euros, operating budget, and that Newsom signed before midnight of the deadline. It is the largest in the history of the state, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Gov. Gavin Newsom, he keeps $215 billion in 2019-2020 state budget he signed in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday, June 27, 2019. This is Newsom’s first state budget, there is always the Governor. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

California lawmakers were at odds about how far the provision of government-funded health care for illegal immigrants. Newsom last month proposed to cover the provision of $98 million in the year, low-income, illegal immigrants between the ages of 19 and 25. An extreme state Parliament, the draft law proposed that all illegal immigrants who live beyond the age of 19 years in California – a proposal that would cost billions, about $3,4.

The budget is also crippling to the address of the state housing and mounting homelessness. California’s Governor and legislative leaders agreed on a plan to reward local governments that make it easier to build housing faster and punish those who do not.

Local governments that do not meet the housing requirements of potential fines of up to $600,000 in a month.


The bill Mark Newsom ‘ s first signed a budget since he took office in January. The passage was largely supported by a $21.5 billion surplus, provided that there is a lot of money for its priorities.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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