Contra Costa County, CA, caps some health benefits
AP/San Francisco Chronicle, May 8, 2008
Contra Costa County, CA, leaders are putting a cap on some health benefits as they move to slash nearly $52 million from the county's budget. Supervisors have given approval to a budget intended to slow rising healthcare costs by limiting the amount of money it contributes for healthcare coverage for nonunion employees and managers.
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