The Oregon Health Fund Committee made recommendations to the Oregon legislature who passed Oregon's own health care reform. You may remember this as the bill which raised taxes on health insurance and hospitals to make health care... more affordable.
Recommendation: As is consistent with current practices in the private marketplace, no citizenship documentation requirements will be in place to participate in the Oregon Health Fund program. (page 24 of the above linked PDF)
The Committee recognizes that this option faces the following challenges:
This program could be construed as implicit support for individuals who are not authorized U.S. residents
Allow me to golf clap for your intelligence. You specifically recommend that your new health care program cover illegal aliens and then worry that people might think that you... want to cover illegal aliens.
At first the health care group considered "funding clinics providing services instead of the individuals themselves" (page 14 of the PDF for their meeting minutes) but must have decided that deceiving the taxpayers isn't as much fun as simply giving them the middle finger.
Luckily they are able to keep some of their treachery by funding the illegal alien health care by abusing your employer:
Financing for this portion of the program could be structured so that industries employing non-qualified Oregon residents are directed to contribute through the “play or pay” requirement of the employer mandate.
That should be the new government slogan for everything: Play or pay - we are your masters and you will do what we say!