Michael Shaw

Assistant State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business

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Assistant State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, a group representing small employers

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What costs billions of dollars a year and has something for everybody to hate? Almost any plan for reforming healthcare in California.

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What costs billions of dollars a year and has something for everybody to hate? Almost any plan for reforming healthcare in California.

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