California Officials Seek Dismissal Of Prison Health Care Receiver

Ward, Andrew
January 2009
Bond Buyer;1/30/2009, Vol. 367 Issue 33052, p8
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The article offers information on the request made by Attorney General Jerry Brown regarding the improvement of the health care system in San Francisco, California. Due to the financial crises experienced by the state, Brown filed a motion in the court to dismiss a receiver, J. Clark Kelso, who ordered the state to spend $8 billion to build and renovate prison hospitals.


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