Orange County officials CalOptima decision may be a violation of the Brown Act

July 12, 2017 by Nick Gerda & Tracy Wood via voiceofoc.org

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Orange County officials CalOptima decision may be a violation of the Brown Act

July 11, 2017 by Nick Gerda & Tracy Wood via voiceofoc.org

“A showdown over control of the health care plan for nearly 800,000 disabled, elderly and low-income Orange County residents intensified Tuesday, with county supervisors expanding their power at CalOptima and state legislators moving to block that effort.

On one side are three county supervisors – Andrew Do, Michelle Steel, and Shawn Nelson – who approved a last-minute proposal Tuesday to add all five supervisors to the CalOptima governing board instead of the current two supervisors.”

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