The California Senate and Assembly have until the end of the legislative session, (September 14, 2007) to pass AB 8 and enact major changes to the private sector health care financing system. Governor Schwarzenegger is working to alter AB 8 before he signs it into law. Their reforms will likely:
• increase the cost of health insurance;
• reduce the number of people insured;
• force private health insurance companies out of the California market; and,
• cost tax payers and employers billions of dollars.
This article and PDF describe the problems with California Assembly Bill 8 (AB8.)
View the article and PDF: California Health Care Reform Legislation: The Problems with Assembly Bill 8 (AB8)