SACRAMENTO Calif. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday called for a special session of the state Legislature to forge an agreement on health care reform. The governor also pledged to veto a health care bill passed Tuesday by the legislature that calls for a 7.5-percent payroll fee on employers who do not provide health insurance. Earlier this year, the governor proposed a universal health care program that would have been paid for in part by a 4-percent payroll fee on ...

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