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California Health Care Reform: Online

Posted by Alan on November 13, 2007


Everything related to health care reform is subject to change. However, there’s a couple of critical events coming up and, I believe, there’s a way to listen in on what’s happening online and in real time:

The Assembly Health Committee will hear ABX1-1 (the Democratic leader’s proposal), ABX1-2 (the Governor’s plan) and ABX1-8 (the Assembly Republican’s offering) on Wednesday, November 14th beginning at 1:30 pm. I believe you’ll be able to hear the session by going to the California State Assembly web site. Click on the “Broadcast Room List” (it’s under the state seal) and click on the Committee Room 4202 list. No guarantees it’ll be there, but that’s your best bet to hear what happens as it happens.

The Assembly will convene on Monday, November 26th, presumably to consider whatever comes out of the Assembly Health Committee. You can also listen to this session by going to the California State Assembly web site, clicking on the “Broadcast Room List”and then clicking on the “Assembly Chamber” link.

Stay tuned. 

One Response to “California Health Care Reform: Online”

  1. I will definitely try those links tomorrow. I am excited to hear about ABX1-1 (the Democratic leader’s proposal), ABX1-2 (the Governor’s plan) and ABX1-8 (the Assembly Republican’s offering).

    Does anyone have an idea as to who names these Proposals?

    Sounds like a futuristic fighter plane. ABX1-2.

    They will all have their flaws and the article that Alan wrote called “Health Care Reform Lemonade” exemplifies three “lemons” that need to be plucked.

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