Prop. 4 Will Help Save Children’s Lives

California’s 13 regional children’s hospitals, including CHOC Children’s, provide specialized care for children and young adults who are suffering from serious and life-threatening diseases. Collectively, we handle more than 2 million visits each year, regardless of a family’s income or ability to pay. But demand for services is growing, and critical technology and infrastructure upgrades are needed at each of our hospitals.

Proposition 4, the Children’s Hospital Bond on the Nov. 6 ballot, would provide $1.5 billion over 15 years to support this critical, life-saving care. This bond will allow children’s hospitals to expand, upgrade and improve our facilities and reach, meaning more kids will have access to the care they need. It will also help us acquire the latest technology and life-saving medical equipment, giving doctors the tools to save more lives.

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The Fiscal Conservative’s Case for Proposition 4

From the Orange County Register, Oct. 23, 2018

By Michael Genest
The passage of Prop 4 will approve $1.5 billion of General Obligation bonds “to provide a steady and ready source of funds for capital improvement programs for children’s hospitals to improve the health, welfare, and safety of California’s children.”  – Read more.

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