The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to not review a legal challenge of a San Francisco health care law means an end to a lengthy legal challenge of that measure by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association. The San Francisco’s Health Care Security Ordinance, also known as “Healthy San Francisco,” requires employers of 20 or more people to pay for worker health insurance. The restaurant association’s challenge was intended to help members avoid needing to ...
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