People in California who are not United States citizens or who may have friends or family members who are not U.S. citizens know all too well how uncertain their future in the country may feel since the new president and administration came into office. Talk of a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, the potential deportation of millions of immigrants and more all contribute to this situation.
While the federal government's future actions are unknown, the state of California is attempting to take at least some matters into its own hands. U.S. News and World Reports indicates that the state is attempting to at least provide health care to all of its residents regardless of citizenship status. This is not actually a completely new effort as California made a step toward this by ensuring that all children had access to health care since 2015.