Gavin Newsom Begins Tackling California's Wildfire Problem His Second Day In Office

Modesto Morganelli
Gennaio 9, 2019

California's new governor is vowing the state "will be a sanctuary to all who seek it" in direct opposition of the Trump administration's hardline stance against those policies.

Hours after assuming office, Mr. Newsom released sweeping health care proposals to raise the age limit for illegal aliens covered by Medi-Cal from 19 to 26, which would make California "the first state in the nation to cover young undocumented adults through a state Medicaid program", according to a Monday release from the governor's office.

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.

Governor's Office of Emergency Services Gov. Gavin Newsom traveled to Colfax, California, to announce his wildfire plan of action.

Newly inaugurated California Gov. Gavin Newsom wasted no time in proving that, despite the myriad of challenges facing his state, the demands and interests of illegal aliens will remain his priority.

"Here in California, we will prove that people of good faith, and firm will can still come together to achieve big things", he said in his prepared remarks.

"We will offer an alternative to the corruption and incompetence in the White House", he said.

Newsom's second executive order was crafted with the admission that the government isn't always qualified to select and apply the best technological solutions for wildfires.

Newsom was able to ad-lib parts of his speech to recognise the stage invader, at one point saying: "We will support parents ... and they need support, believe me".

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