California Set to Adopt Health Reforms Within the next couple of weeks, California's Gov. Gray Davis is expected to sign groundbreaking legislation that would require businesses to pay for health benefits for employees. But some companies say the extra expense could put them out of business. Hear NPR's Patricia Neighmond.
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California Set to Adopt Health Reforms

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California Set to Adopt Health Reforms

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California Set to Adopt Health Reforms

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Within the next couple of weeks, California's Gov. Gray Davis is expected to sign groundbreaking legislation that would require businesses to pay for health benefits for employees. But some companies say the extra expense could put them out of business. Hear NPR's Patricia Neighmond.