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January 29, 2014 10:32 AM

Hacker Lab founder launching health care startup to help tech industry

The director of a two-year-old Sacramento nonprofit dedicated to nurturing and developing technology startups, is launching a startup that aims to lessen health care costs incurred by small businesses and individuals in the technology industry. Gina Lujan, co-founder of Hacker Lab at 1715 I St., in Sacramento, characterized HackerCare as a members organization formed by techies for techies.

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