Sacramento Court: Privacy Agency Must Wait to Enforce Rules

In response to a lawsuit filed by the California Chamber of Commerce, the Sacramento Superior Court has ruled that the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) must delay enforcement of any individual regulation for a one-year period following the date it goes into effect. In a ruling issued by Judge James P. Arguelles today, the court ...

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Why Single-Payer Advocates Are Split On How To Overhaul Health Care

For many Californians, the proposal of a state-run single-payer health system remains a ‘pie-in-the-sky’ idea, and odds are it could remain that way, especially if leading advocates can’t agree on how to get there. Democratic leaders and advocates who are looking to transform the current complex health care system are divided on their approach. On one ...

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Billions In New Medi-Cal Funding For Physician Reimbursements Could Increase Access To Care

A budget deal between the governor and the state legislature will expand Medi-Cal reimbursement rates starting next year. Medi-Cal is the state’s health care program covering low-income Californians. Just over a million San Diego County residents rely on Medi-Cal for health care. Advocates hope the move will give recipients more options and better access to ...

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