November 26th Assembly Session Postponed

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In the meantime, negotiations continue on health care reform. As the need for a delay underscores, there are still substantial differences between Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Democratic Legislative Leadership on some major issues. However, neither side is calling it quits yet. Indeed, they’re continuing to meet with stakeholders for input on a host of issues.