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When it comes to the death penalty, California should follow Nebraska

Health : LA Times: Health

If 32 members of the Nebraska legislature hold firm, the Cornhusker State could become the 19th state to end the death penalty, a slow but important step - I hope - toward nationwide abolition (an effort in Delaware recently stalled...

Dialysis and the Elderly: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Health : Mayo Clinic News Blog

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute,  Dr. Bjorg Thorsteindottir comments on a study looking at dialysis treatment in the elderly. To listen, click the link below. Dialysis and the Elderly

While dialysis clinic battle brews at state Capitol, healthcare workers look to the ballot

Business & Finance : Money & Co

Cracking down on clinics treating Californians with chronic kidney disease has been a top legislative priority this year for unions representing healthcare workers. Now they’re opening a new front in their crusade against the dialys...

California Legislature Passes Bill to Crack Down on Farmers Market Fraud

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Bay Area Bites

AB 1871 raises the daily stall fee for each vendor at a certified farmers' market in California. Those fees would pay for county inspections to help insure produce labeled organic is, actually, organic.

California Bill Addresses Safety Concerns At Dialysis Clinics

Health : The Checkup

Saying they are concerned about safety in California’s dialysis clinics, a coalition of nurses, technicians, patients and union representatives is backing legislation that would require more staffing...

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