Aug 13

Prop. 8 goes too far, interferes with medical care

by Thomas Elias , The Union

Suppose for a moment that your favorite relative — father, mother, aunt, uncle, brother or sister — were getting urgently needed cancer treatment and California’s government suddenly decreed the doctor could not include his assistant’s pay in any fees he charged. So he fires his assistant and then has less time to devote to caring for your loved one.

Would that constitute interference with the doctor-patient relationship, an act no sane politician would ever want to be accused of?

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