Appeals court allows San Francisco to enforce healthcare law
San Francisco Chronicle, January 10, 2008
A federal appeals court has given San Francisco the green light to require employers to help pay for healthcare for uninsured workers and residents. The court also signaled that it is likely to uphold the city's groundbreaking universal coverage law, making it more likely that a proposed state healthcare law will survive any legal challenge.
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