State Assembly Approves Universal Healthcare

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The state Assembly has passed a bill creating a new state agency to replace the insurance industry and provide healthcare for all Californians. The Senate is expected to go along. But universal healthcare won't be a fact of life in this state any time soon. Governor Schwarzenegger doesn't like it and he's not expected to sign the bill. Clea Benson covers the Capitol for the Sacramento Bee.

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Guest:
Clea Benson - Bloomberg News

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Frances Anderton