California Healthline: Governor’s Vetoes: Medi-Cal Message?

by David Gorn On Monday, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) vetoed 37 bills in one day — including about a dozen health-related ones. He also vetoed 36 bills the next day.   Those Sept. 29-30 vetoes came during the final two days Brown could take action on last session’s bills. The string of vetoes left many people … Continue reading

CDCAN: GOVERNOR TAKES ACTION ON SEVERAL HEALTH RELATED BILLS

GOVERNOR TAKES ACTION ON SEVERAL REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AFFORDABLE HOUSING BILLS; MEDI-CAL AND HEALTH BILLS; MENTAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION BILLS – VETOES AB 1552 THAT WOULD HAVE MADE COMMUNITY-BASED ADULT SERVICES MEDI-CAL BENEFIT   SACRAMENTO, CA [CDCAN LAST UPDATED 09/30/2014 – 02:45 AM] – Governor Brown took action on dozens of more bills on Monday (September … Continue reading

Sacramento Business Journal: Governor signs continuity-of-care bill

Kathy Robertson Legislation that ensures continuity of care for patients forced to change health insurance plans in the middle of treatment for serious conditions — even if their provider is not in their new health plan’s network — has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown. Assembly Bill 369 by Dr. Richard Pan from Sacramento seeks to  protect California residents with … Continue reading

LA Times: Gov. Jerry Brown sticks to hard line in revised budget proposal

By Chris MegerianMay 14, 2013, 12:19 p.m.   SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown took a hard line Tuesday as he unveiled his latest budget plan, seeking to tighten general-fund spending and holding firm on his push to redistribute money for schools. He proposed general-fund expenditures of $96.4 billion for the budget year that begins in July — $1.3 … Continue reading

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