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Painful cuts: Jewish Home faces loss of millions from Medi-Cal
J Weekly

It’s been around since 1871, withstanding the Great Depression, several recessions and two major earthquakes. It’s been the last refuge of comfort for generations of Jewish seniors. Yet could the Jewish Home of San Francisco now face its demise all because of the stroke of a governor’s pen?

With the lifting of a temporary injunction last December, a new statewide law may soon go into effect, triggering massive Medi-Cal cuts to 100 nursing homes in California, including what some say will be a multi-million-dollar hit to the Jewish Home.