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As part of an effort to "patch an inadequate federal system," the city of San Francisco has launched a program to offer subsidized or no-cost health care for all of the city's 82,000 uninsured adults, the New York Times reports. Healthy San Francisco, the first effort in the nation of a locality to offer health care to all of its residents, is being financed primarily by the city.