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emilygComment by emilyg - February 27, 2015, 10:23 pm
But Republican strategist Bradley Blakeman warned there could be repercussions to nixing the policy.

“California is in serious financial difficulty,” Blakeman told FoxNews.com’s “Strategy Room.” “The law should stay as it is. It makes sense. It’s a good deterrent for parents to be responsible and not bring children into a world they cannot care for.”

Repealing the law indeed would cost California taxpayers. One analysis estimates that overturning it would cost an already cash-starved state close to $205 million just in the first year.

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