On Friday, he was sworn in for a second term as governor of California. He arrived at his inauguration on crutches, after having broken his leg in a ski accident, and proclaimed that “centrist does not mean weak.” At his post-inaugural luncheon, he thanked his mother-in-law, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, for attending. “She doesn’t look a day over 90,” he said. She is 85. On Monday, the Governator unveiled a US$12-billion plan to provide universal health care to all Californians.
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