In early June, the California Senate passed Senate Bill 562, the Healthy California Act, but it passed without details on how to pay for it. A few weeks later, it was shelved by the California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon. He said, "We have never found a funding source. All the other details that were missing made it woefully incomplete."
Why did Rendon shelve the bill? What's in it? And what needs to happen for California to win its fight for universal health care?
Dr. Paul Song, oncologist and national board member of Physicians for a National Health Program
David Dayen, journalist and author of Chain of Title: How Three Ordinary Americans Uncovered Wall Street’s Great Foreclosure Fraud
The Sacramento Bee: ‘Woefully incomplete’ universal health bill dead for the year in California