A pro-family leader in California says the state's Democrat
governor is concerned that The Golden State can't afford ObamaCare,
even though he's a supporter of it.
Governor Jerry Brown's May budget plan says California must lead
to expand Medi-Cal programs under ObamaCare. In January, he advised
counties to lead on Medi-Cal expansion, but now, Brown says the
state's role will increase in indigent care, while counties will be
in charge of "safety net services."
Though the governor has not released a detailed plan on how the
state will expand healthcare coverage to one-million more people,
he maintains that California must find a "sustainable" way to do
Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, says, "Brown is a supporter
of ObamaCare, but he doesn't know if the state can afford
"In fact, he's seen that the state government coffers in
California have been really challenged due to overspending," the
pro-family leader continues. "He's old enough to know that more
overspending with ObamaCare would really break the bank, so he is
not pushing ahead to expand the spending program of
Once ObamaCare is completely implemented, Brown claims his state
could pay $700 million more each year. But on top of that,
California would have to shoulder ten percent of the cost for
childless single adults who earn $15,000 each year.