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Q&A: Marj Plumb of The Women's Foundation of California, on SB 320 - State of Reform
The California State Senate and Assembly Appropriations committees will decide on Thursday whether some important health care bills will move forward this session or remain on “suspense” and die. Both houses use the “suspense file” to hold any proposed law whose price tag is projected at $150,000 or more. In the last days of the …