Rida Villanueva, right, marches with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday to the California Hospital Association headquarters and then on the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide.
Rida Villanueva, right, marches with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday to the California Hospital Association headquarters and then on the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Rida Villanueva, right, marches with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday to the California Hospital Association headquarters and then on the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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