Pete Amirani of Fair Oaks cleans the window of an elevator at the UC David Medical Center in July. Amirani works with InAlliance, a Sacramento nonprofit that works with people who have developmental disabilities and receives funding from the state. Such agencies would receive a funding boost under a health plan tax package awaiting votes in the Legislature.
Pete Amirani of Fair Oaks cleans the window of an elevator at the UC David Medical Center in July. Amirani works with InAlliance, a Sacramento nonprofit that works with people who have developmental disabilities and receives funding from the state. Such agencies would receive a funding boost under a health plan tax package awaiting votes in the Legislature. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Pete Amirani of Fair Oaks cleans the window of an elevator at the UC David Medical Center in July. Amirani works with InAlliance, a Sacramento nonprofit that works with people who have developmental disabilities and receives funding from the state. Such agencies would receive a funding boost under a health plan tax package awaiting votes in the Legislature. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
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California health plan tax moves closer to approval

February 22, 2016 02:36 PM