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Where federal health care reform falls short, local reform steps up

Susan Fang, Human Rights Center fellow and Joint Medical Program student | July 24, 2013

San Francisco is an exciting place to be — especially because of its history of progressive politics and culture of grassroots organizing. The city’s passage of the Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO) in 2006 represented an attempt to implement near-universal health care throughout San Francisco and reaffirmed the city’s commitment to vulnerable people. No doubt … Continue reading »