California proposal targets deadly staph infection
Los Angeles Times, January 2, 2008
Under legislation that California Sen. Elaine Alquist plans to introduce, the state would have one of the most sweeping laws in the nation for tracking "superbugs" in hospitals and other settings. The bill would require hospitals and nursing homes to make public their infection rates.
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