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  • State Senate race seen as proxy fight over malpractice law

    State Senate race seen as proxy fight over malpractice law
    The decades-long battle over medical malpractice limits played out in a very public way with Proposition 46, which would have raised the cap on pain and suffering damages to $1.1 million.
  • In vaccination debate, children of more responsible parents at risk

    In vaccination debate, children of more responsible parents at risk
    Did I pause, ever so briefly, when it was time for my daughter to be vaccinated as required under California law? Yes. A parent worries. You worry about a negative reaction, or even about claims by some that high rates of autism might be related to...

    Medi-Cal official to leave healthcare post in January

    Medi-Cal official to leave healthcare post in January
    The official who led California's giant public healthcare services department through a tumultuous implementation of Obamacare reforms -- including a months-long period during which hundreds of thousands of Medicaid applications have languished, waiting...

    Measure barring Covered California from hiring certain felons fails

    Measure barring Covered California from hiring certain felons fails
    SACRAMENTO--A bill barring the state's health insurance exchange from hiring individuals convicted of certain felonies failed to advance Tuesday. Under the proposal by Assemblywoman Connie Conway (R-Tulare), Covered California would not be able to...

    Repeal of food safety glove law clears Assembly committee

    Repeal of food safety glove law clears Assembly committee
    The new California law that requires food workers to wear gloves, stirring controversy among outraged chefs and bartenders, is another step closer to being repealed. The state Assembly's Health Committee, which proposed the bill that Gov. Jerry Brown...