Prior to the massive financial woes that helped "The Governator" take office in California, one of the state's most talked-about stories was a universal healthcare coverage proposal from Bruce Bodaken, chairman, CEO and president of Blue Shield of California (BSC). Other states, such as neighboring Oregon, have considered universal coverage plans in the past, but to date none have been implemented. Due to California's severe economic crisis, Bodaken's plan has been put on the back burner too. But it's still a much-discussed proposal in the state's healthcare circles, and once Gov. Schwarzenegger gets acclimated to his responsibilities and finds a way to stem the state's financial bleeding, it is expected to take center stage once again.