California Tries Again To Move On Universal Health CarePlay
Many Californians are rallying around the idea of a single-payer health system, similar to those in Canada and parts of Europe. Efforts to establish universal health care in California have failed in the past. But with Republican leaders in Washington planning to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, voters are eager to try again.
Carrie Feibel (@carriefeibel) of Here & Now contributor KQED went to the state capitol to learn more about the response from lawmakers and health officials.
This segment aired on April 14, 2017.