By DAVID STANLEY-HEWITTNBERGThe BBC’s health correspondentIn California, there are currently no insurance companies to insure the millions of people who don’t have health insurance.
The state is in the midst of a financial crisis and the state has been trying to raise the $1.6bn needed to fund its healthcare system.
The plan is a huge financial gamble.
Some Californians are already paying for their own healthcare with their own pocketbooks.
But the plan will also create jobs.
The Kaiser Family Foundation has estimated that Californians earning under $35,000 a year will lose $9,000 in annual income and have to rely on private health insurance to cover the cost of their healthcare.
But the plan has attracted controversy.
The California legislature has already passed a bill to make the insurance marketplaces a “covenant” health system.
It will allow insurers to charge people with pre-existing conditions and those with cancer and other illnesses more if they have health problems and are sicker than the rest of the population.
So, if you’re sick and you need to go and see a doctor, but you’re not a pre-payment or non-payment person, your insurer will charge you more and your insurer is going to get paid more.
That’s called an incentive to buy insurance.
But for people with health problems, it could mean you’re going to pay more out of pocket for treatment.
And for some Californians, it means they’ll have to pay higher premiums than they would pay if they had insurance.
We spoke to two of the main proponents of the bill.
One is Dr Andrew Weil, the health researcher at the University of California, San Francisco.
The other is Dr Brian Breen, the head of the medical group at the Kaiser Family Health Plan.
What are the main arguments against it?
The main argument is that this is a big incentive to sell insurance.
There are a lot of people in California who are not insured and that’s a big problem, particularly in the counties that are going to be affected by the ACA.
So what we are trying to do is get more Californians insured, which will increase the number of people insured.
But, we are also trying to encourage more people to sign up for the ACA and get on the exchange.
So the main thing that we are doing is trying to get more people insured and to encourage them to sign on for the plan, which is what we call co-pays and co-insurance.
We have tried to encourage people to buy a plan with a lower deductible and a lower copay than what they would get in their existing insurance.
So you’re getting a rebate to offset the costs of the co-pay, so that’s one of the major things we’re trying to promote, to encourage folks to buy the ACA plan, to get on it, to do some of the things that people will be paying for.
So they will have to buy it.
And, by doing that, the costs will be offset by the savings.
Is it true that insurers can charge people higher premiums if they don’t buy insurance?
We can only say that that is not the case.
The way that insurance works is that it’s a market, not a government-run system.
So if you don’t pay for the insurance you don’ have, your insurance company is going be forced to cover that cost.
So if you are insured, and you’re healthy and you are getting care that you need, you can’t afford to pay for insurance, because your insurance is not going to cover it.
So the insurance company has to cover those costs.
So insurers are going up against the cost curve.
So it’s hard to say how much higher you might be paying, because you can only go up the insurance curve.
But you can see how much people are paying now, because they are buying into this idea that insurance is a bad thing and they are not going buy it, and they don’ want to buy more insurance.
Is that right?
Absolutely, it is.
What will be the impact of the state passing the bill?
It’s not going away.
The ACA has made a lot more progress in California than in many other states.
So it’s going to take some time before the state can really take advantage of all the new health insurance that is going into the marketplaces.
But we’re confident that the bill will be effective in creating jobs and encouraging more Californias people to enroll in insurance and pay their premiums.
So we’re optimistic that California will be able to make good on the promises that it has made, and make a lot, a lot faster than we did last year.
So this is not a big gamble.
This is a long-term plan.
This plan is going a long way to making sure that Californias healthcare system is sustainable and its functioning properly