Changes in U. of California's Medical Plans Worry Some Employees

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Faculty members at the U. of California at Santa Barbara (pictured) said the change in health-care plans constituted what one of them called "a substantial hardship" for employees on campuses, like Santa Barbara, that lack teaching hospitals.
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The University of California is overhauling its systemwide health-insurance plans to save on costs and better align with the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act, but some employees are angry over indications that they'll be paying more just to...

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