Governor’s Health Plan Could Be Short-Lived

But Allan Zaremberg, president of the California Chamber of Commerce, worries that if medical inflation isn’t corralled — and the governor’s plan is weak in this regard — there may be little choice but to try to tap businesses again and again to keep the program running. “Even if the money is adequate today, will it be enough to fund the program five years from now?” he asks. Read Here. (Rick Wartzman in the Los Angeles Times 01/26/07)

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Why Penalizing Small Restaurants Won’t Reduce Litter

The latest attempt failed last week when the California Senate rejected Senate Bill 705. It does not reduce litter or waste and only adversely harms family-owned and mom-and-pop restaurants. It … Continue reading »