Key vote on healthcare coverage delayed in California
San Francisco Chronicle, January 24, 2008
A California Senate committee has postponed a key vote on the $14 billion overhaul of the state's healthcare system. The decision to delay a vote until came in the wake of a critical report on the plan's potential impact that found the measure could cost the state $1.5 billion a year by 2015.
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