California Voters Reject New Rules for Dialysis Clinics
...In 2018, a separate initiative sought to cap dialysis clinics' profits and force them to invest more of their profits in patient care. Voters rejected the measure, which became the most expensive initiative on the 2018 ballot and one of the most expensive in history, generating more than $130 million in campaign spending: $111 million from dialysis companies and $19 million from unions.
This time around, unions have raised nearly $9 million, while the coalition against Proposition 23 -- led by DaVita and Fresenius, along with the California Medical Association and American Nurses Association-California -- has raised more than $105 million...
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