Missouri voters passed Proposition C, a state law keeping the government from mandating that people have health insurance and from fining them for not purchasing it. If such a proposition was on my ballot, I'd definitely vote for it. How about it, San Francisco? This outrage needs to be struck down as it will cause a lot of hardship for lower-income people who make too much to get free health care but who are just barely making it as it, with the high costs of rents/mortgages and other expenses today, and cannot afford either the high cost of some kind of government-required insurance nor can they afford to pay a stiff tax/fine for choosing not to do so. I am including myself here. This is badly infringing upon the rights of people to choose or not to choose to pay another large bill if they do not think they can afford to do so. So let's have it on California ballots in the next election. The government should not be allowed to force people to buy insurance or anything else nor nastily tax them for not doing so.