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October 2, 1989 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK and JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writers
People who suffer from AIDS, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and other serious illnesses will be able to purchase health insurance for the first time through a state-subsidized program under legislation signed Sunday by Gov. George Deukmejian. After years of vetoing similar bills, the governor approved a compromise catastrophic health insurance program that will rely on tobacco tax revenues to aid as many as 300,000 uninsured Californians who suffer from such long-term illnesses.
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October 2, 1989 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK and JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writers
People who suffer from AIDS, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and other serious illnesses will be able to purchase health insurance for the first time through a state-subsidized program under legislation signed Sunday by Gov. George Deukmejian. After years of vetoing similar bills, the governor approved a compromise catastrophic health insurance program that will rely on tobacco tax revenues to aid as many as 300,000 uninsured Californians who suffer from such long-term illnesses.
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April 24, 2003 | Ronald Brownstein, Times Staff Writer
Rep. Richard A. Gephardt (D-Mo.) on Wednesday proposed a generous new tax credit for employers that could provide health care for nearly all Americans, but possibly lock in large federal budget deficits for the foreseeable future. The Democratic presidential contender, speaking to a union of health-care workers, unveiled a plan so sweeping it encompasses three distinct goals: expanding access to health care, stimulating the economy and providing aid to fiscally strapped cities and states.
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