Prospects for overhauling California healthcare look poorer
San Francisco Chronicle, December 5, 2007
An expected vote on legislation overhauling California's $170 billion healthcare system has been postponed indefinitely. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and legislative leaders continue to disagree on elements of the plan from tax subsidies to insurance reform.
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