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In many respects, California is really like its own country, with more people than Canada and a GDP that is comparable to Brazil’s, the world’s 7th largest economy. The country's population is served by an extensive medical network comprising hospitals, outpatient clinics, and centers for preventive medicine and rehabilitation. Since people have different views on the role of government, however, there are also differing views on the degree to which social policy should proactively shape behaviours, or simply react to problems that emerge.

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