SAN FRANCISCO The Golden Gate Restaurant Association on Wednesday rejected an offer by San Francisco officials to temporarily freeze employer fees if the restaurant group would drop its lawsuit challenging the city’s universal health plan. The impasse comes as the June deadline looms for the GGRA’s planned petition to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking a hearing of the group’s challenge of the city’s universal health plan. The lawsuit contends that mandatory employer fees under the plan ...
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