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Gavin Newsom swearng Gavin Newsom’s First Act as California Governor More Healthcare for Illegal Aliens Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press8 Jan 2019
Gustavo Carr | 11 January, 2019, 17:28

On Tuesday, shortly after being sworn in, Newsom - who ran on the proposal of providing healthcare to everyone in California, though he struggled to explain how he would pay for it - signed an executive order taking steps in that direction.

To pay for the expansion of those benefits, Newsom is proposing that California restore the individual mandate to purchase health insurance, which was canceled by President Donald Trump at the federal level.

In a tweet, Harris noted that Californians endured the deadliest wildfire in the state's history previous year. They say a "Twitter war" between Trump and California Gov. Gavin Newsom is "not helpful". Jerry Brown's emergency operations leaders.

Following his inauguration speech Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a number of health care proposals, including plans to improve premium subsidies in Covered California, expand health coverage for some undocumented adults and pave the way for a single-payer system.

The dispute comes a day after Newsom joined the governors of Washington and OR in sending a letter to Trump asking for more federal dollars to clean up forests.

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Kelly remains defiant even as two investigative agencies begin probing alleged sexual crimes committed in Atlanta and Chicago. Kelly did not sexually abuse anybody, at anytime, not when he was in high school and not after".

About two-thirds of the $305 million has already been approved by lawmakers.

President Trump has repeatedly threatened to cut federal grants to California; citing the state's "illegal" and "unconstitutional" policies that bar local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents.

Trump tweeted Wednesday that California gets billions of dollars for fires that could have been prevented with better management.

Californians have increasingly built homes and communities in fire-prone areas, in part for the scenic beauty and in part because the state has a dire need for new housing.

"Unless they get their act together, which is unlikely, I have ordered FEMA to send no more money". A November wildfire destroyed the town of Paradise, Calif., and killed 86 people.