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Mussolini made the trains run on time. Hitler turned them into death trains.

Trump will combine the two and make Mexico pay for it all.



Katy Perry Ranks Her Ex-Boyfriends in Bed, Reveals the Surprising 'One That Got Away'

Who the fuck cares?

How would Perry feel if her exes rated her performance in bed?

Katy Perry Ranks Her Ex-Boyfriends in Bed, Reveals the Surprising 'One That Got Away'

Katy Perry Ranks Her Ex-Boyfriends in Bed, Reveals the Surprising 'One That Got Away'

I can't imagine why anybody gives a fuck.

OTOH, I wonder how her ex-boyfriends would rate KP in bed?

"Bland, brainless, drivel"?

Universal health plan would save Californians $37 billion annually, study says

Source: San Jose Mercury News

SACRAMENTO — As the California Senate considers voting this week on a proposal to replace private health insurance with a statewide health plan that covers everyone, the bill’s main backers on Wednesday heralded a new study that says the plan could save Californians $37.5 billion annually in health care spending — even after adding the state’s nearly 3 million uninsured.

The favorable findings by economists at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, comes a week after a Senate committee released eye-popping estimates that threatened to dampen enthusiasm for the bill. The committee’s analysis projected that the statewide plan would cost $400 billion annually, half of which would likely need to come from workers and businesses through a 15 percent payroll tax.

If the state adopts a single-payer plan, “Californians will get more and will definitely pay less,” Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, the co-author of Senate Bill 562, said at a news conference Wednesday.

But a statewide poll released Wednesday night could foreshadow the political challenges ahead for enacting a single-payer system — which would inevitably be funded through new taxes. The first-ever question to Californians on the topic by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that the vast majority of state residents were in favor of a universal, government-run health care system — as long as it doesn’t raise their taxes.

Read more: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/05/31/universal-health-plan-would-save-californians-37-billion-and-cover-more-people-study-finds/
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