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Hospital pricing, executive pay ballot measures nixed as union, hospital strike deal
Sacramento Bee

Averting a costly ballot fight, a prominent labor union has agreed to pull a pair of measures that would limit how California hospitals price medical care and compensate their executives. The union dropped the effort after reaching what officials described as a sweeping labor agreement with the California Hospital Association, an organization that had been poised to battle the union over its ballot campaign. Officials from the two organizations described the agreement only in vague terms.