California allows hospitals to delay seismic upgrades
Los Angeles Times, December 11, 2007
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has approved new rules that allow many hospitals to bypass the extremely costly building reinforcements the state ordered after a 1994 earthquake. Schwarzenegger is permitting some hospitals to keep operating until 2020 even though the state says they are most likely to crumple during a major seismic event.
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