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CA media ignore Obama administration’s fracking views

May 14th, 2013 By admin. May 14, 2013 By Chris Reed The debate over hydraulic fracturing -- using high-powered water cannons to reach natural gas and oil reserves deep underground -- is heating up in California, driven by the vast economic potential of the Monterey shale formation under vast swaths of the state. Last month, a committee of the California Legislature passed three bills targeting “fracking....

Seniors decry CalPERS long-term care rate hikes

May 10th, 2013 By admin. May 10, 2013 By Dave Roberts If you’re curious what health care insurance might be like when the government takes it over, a preview was provided on Tuesday at an informational hearing of the Assembly Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care. State Capitol Room 127 was packed with seniors angry about the false promises, mismanagement and exorbitant rate increases of the long-term care i...

Politically connected HealthCare Partners sidestepped licensing for 10 years

May 3rd, 2013 By admin.   Part One of a series May 3, 2013 By Katy Grimes One of the original pioneers of the Obamacare patient networks, HealthCare Partners, has been operating in California without the required state license. But according to health care experts and a new lawsuit, the California Department of Managed Care has known this, and allowed it for 10 years, saving HealthCare Partners million...

Governors luring away CA jobs

April 30th, 2013 By admin. April 30, 2013 By Brian Calle As Gov. Jerry Brown recently traveled to China to promote trade and search for Chinese investment for the state’s controversial high-speed rail project, two other state governors, Bob McDonnell of Virginia and Gary Herbert of Utah, made a joint trip to California to meet with businesses to promote the economic climates of their respective states. When I ...
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