SACRAMENTO CALIF. —Fearing the devil in the details, operators of restaurants throughout California are gearing up for a long battle over the universal-health-care reform plan that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed as a model for other states. Introduced early this month, Schwarzenegger’s plan carries a price tag of $12 billion and would require that all Californians—including illegal residents—obtain medical insurance, with the ...
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