Monday, January 31, 2022

California Provides Millions in Loans for Illegal Alien Business Owners; California Gov. Gavin Newsom Proposes Budget Giving Healthcare to Illegal Immigrants

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California Provides Millions in Loans for Illegal Alien Business Owners:
California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, confirmed that his administration is providing economic relief to businesses in his state that do not otherwise qualify for federal aid, including those owned by illegal aliens.
“[W]e always consider those that are documented, those that are undocumented, those that are living in mixed-status families,” Newsom said Friday during a press conference. His remarks were in response to a Telemundo reporter’s question about what he was doing to support undocumented workers.
“Just yesterday, I announced the work we are doing to help support small businesses. I very specifically mentioned in my remarks yesterday that there are many businesses, tens of thousands of businesses, that do not and cannot get the support of the [Small Business Administration],” the governor continued.
“Those individual businesses, we are making available these emergency grants through our IBank to do these microloans to provide access,” Newsom said. --->READ MORE HERE
California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposes budget giving healthcare to illegal immigrants:
California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed making his state the first in the country to extend universal healthcare to all low-income residents, including illegal immigrants, starting January 2024.
The Medicaid initiative is part of the Democrat's proposed $213 billion California Blueprint plan to combat the state's "existential threats," including the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, homelessness, cost of living, and public safety.
"We said we were going to do it. We said it was going to take a few years, but we're committed to doing it," he said during a press conference on Monday. "It means full-scope Medi-Cal, including long-term care, IHSS, behavior health to all low-income Californians."
An analysis published by the University of California, Berkeley's Labor Center projected about 3.2 million Californians would be uninsured in 2022. About 1.2 million of them are assumed to be illegal immigrants, and most of the rest are eligible for some form of healthcare coverage in the state. One estimate said it would cost about $2.4 billion a year to cover the state's illegal immigrant population. --->READ MORE HERE
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