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grants help colorado doctors in rural, low-income areas repay student loans – th


a colorado program that helps repay the student loans of doctors who work in rural or underserved areas is gearing up for what could be its largest grant class ever.the colorado health service corps will begin accepting applications for the new grants on march 1, and steve holloway, who oversees the program for the colorado department of public health and environment, said as much as $5 million could be available to repay loans for as many as 60 physicians and other providers. already, holloway said, the corps is the largest such state-based program in the country. the federal government funds a similar national health service corps.the grants are awarded to doctors and other health care providers who are working in areas with an officially designated shortage of health professionals. in c






lake government center in crown point given 'all clear': sheriff


the lake county government center in crown point is expected to return to business as normal on wednesday, following an evacuation prompted by a threatening phone call, the lake county sheriff's department said in a press release.the lake county commissioners and sheriff's department ordered employees to leave the government complex tuesday after someone called the lake county prosecutor's office about noon with a threat against it, sheriff's department spokesman mark back said in a press release.the sheriff's department searched the government center and its grounds and decided it was "all clear," just before 3 p.m., according to the release.county commissioner mike repay, d-hammond, said, that once law enforcement officials deemed the threat credible, they made the call to evacuate the






lake government center in crown point given 'all clear': sheriff


the lake county government center in crown point is expected to return to business as normal on wednesday, following an evacuation prompted by a threatening phone call, the lake county sheriff's department said in a press release.the lake county commissioners and sheriff's department ordered employees to leave the government complex tuesday after someone called the lake county prosecutor's office about noon with a threat against it, sheriff's department spokesman mark back said in a press release.the sheriff's department searched the government center and its grounds and decided it was "all clear," just before 3 p.m., according to the release.county commissioner mike repay, d-hammond, said,that once law enforcement officials deemed the threat credible, they made the call to evacuate the bu






former adams family gang boss loses cash case appeal


former gangster terry adams has lost his appeal over how much he must repay from his days of crime.adams, of the north london gang known as the adams family, said he had insufficient funds to repay £651,611.he was ordered to repay £750,000 in 2007 as he was jailed for seven years for money-laundering.adams went to the high court in 2014 to apply for a certificate of inadequacy to reduce the bill, claiming he had no hidden cash.he told the judge he was so broke that he "felt like a ponce" living off his actress wife, ruth, and denied having hidden funds that were behind a lavish lifestyle.he denied he was using his wife, family and associates to create a sham income and loans to pay for visits to the opera and top restaurants, spa memberships and treatment at private clinics.the crown prose






buncich casts tie-breaking vote for new dem party chairman in lake county


the lake county democratic central committee's indicted chairman cast the tie-breaking vote saturday to select the party's new leader.attorney jim wieser was chosen as the party chairman over county commissioner michael repay, d-hammond, by chairman sheriff john buncich, who broke the 305-305 tie vote.the crowd erupted into boos and chants of "revote" when buncich announced that state party rules state a tie must be resolved by the sitting county chairman casting a vote.wieser said no one would have expected a tie vote."i'm just stunned," he said. of the 939 eligible democratic precinct chairmen and committeemen, 625 registered for the reorganization meeting. only 610 of the registered cast a vote during the caucus, conducted at ss. helen and constantine greek orthodox church in merrillvil






dear @jack, i don’t love twitter anymore


advertisement this isn’t an easy letter to write. i mean, we’ve been through so much together… remember the good old days, back when everything was new and exciting? you were even trying to disrupt vowels then!oh how innocent we were. how full of hope for the possibility of a 140-character microblogging service. for the joy it could bring, and the good we could do together — even just with sms.now i look back and i just feel numb.what you did yesterday finally made me see it, jack. you can’t hurt me anymore. all those years i was pouring my heart into 140-character snippets, eagerly retweeting the wisdom i saw bubbling up all around me, engaging in conversations with interesting strangers — but how did you repay so much goodwill? with coldness, jack. with indifference.thing is, you never r






dear @jack, i don’t love twitter anymore


advertisement this isn’t an easy letter to write. i mean, we’ve been through so much together… remember the good old days, back when everything was new and exciting? you were even trying to disrupt vowels then!oh how innocent we were. how full of hope for the possibility of a 140-character microblogging service. for the joy it could bring, and the good we could do together — even just with sms.now i look back and i just feel numb.what you did yesterday finally made me see it, jack. you can’t hurt me anymore. all those years i was pouring my heart into 140-character snippets, eagerly retweeting the wisdom i saw bubbling up all around me, engaging in conversations with interesting strangers — but how did you repay so much goodwill? with coldness, jack. with indifference.thing is, you never r






dear @jack, i don’t love twitter anymore


advertisement this isn’t an easy letter to write. i mean, we’ve been through so much together… remember the good old days, back when everything was new and exciting? you were even trying to disrupt vowels then!oh how innocent we were. how full of hope for the possibility of a 140-character microblogging service. for the joy it could bring, and the good we could do together — even just with sms.now i look back and i just feel numb.what you did yesterday finally made me see it, jack. you can’t hurt me anymore. all those years i was pouring my heart into 140-character snippets, eagerly retweeting the wisdom i saw bubbling up all around me, engaging in conversations with interesting strangers — but how did you repay so much goodwill? with coldness, jack. with indifference.thing is, you never r






marine le pen: deadline p es for national front leader to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing a european parliament deadline for france's far-right leader marine le pen to return more than €300,000 (£257,000; $321,000) it says she has misspent, has p ed.the presidential candidate had until midnight to repay the money, but said she had no intention of doing so.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.she says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.if ms le pen does not repay the money, the parliament says it will retain half her salary as an mep and she will also lose other allowances. ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may.polls suggest that she will make it to the run-off






marine le pen: deadline p es for national front leader to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing a european parliament deadline for france's far-right leader marine le pen to return more than €300,000(£257,000; $321,000) it says she has misspent, has p ed.the presidential candidate had until midnight to repay the money, but said she had no intention of doing so.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.she says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.if ms le pen does not repay the money, the parliament says it will retain half her salary as an mep and she will also lose other allowances. ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may.polls suggest that she will make it to the run-off






marine le pen: deadline p es for national front leader to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing a european parliament deadline for france's far-right leader marine le pen to return more than €300,000(£257,000; $321,000) it says she has misspent, has p ed.the presidential candidate had until midnight to repay the money, but said she had no intention of doing so.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.she says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.if ms le pen does not repay the money, the parliament says it will retain half her salary as an mep and she will also lose other allowances. ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may.polls suggest that she will make it to the run-off






california national guard official tells legislators forced bonus repayments wil


a top official for the california national guard told state legislators monday that he hopes lingering issues from the soldiers being forced to repay enlistment bonuses will be resolved by mid-summer.a times investigation last year found that the pentagon demanded thousands of soldiers repay enlistment bonuses up to a decade after going to war in iraq or afghanistan.the claw-back came after audits revealed vast overpayments of bonuses, due in part to mismanagement and pressure to hit enlistment targets. the times story prompted outcry that soldiers, who were not at fault for accepting the bonuses, were now facing financial hardship.matthew beevers, the deputy adjutant for the california national guard, told a joint hearing of the senate and assembly veterans affairs committees that just ov






for-profit colleges gain beachhead in education department after trump administr


until june 2016, taylor hansen lobbied for the largest trade group of for-profit colleges. at the forefront of its agenda: eliminating a rule known as “gainful employment,” which can take away federal funding from for-profit colleges if their graduates fail to earn enough to repay student loans. last week, that goal started to become a reality.…






u.k. faces $2.11 billion eu fine over china imports fraud


brussels—britain faces a potential €2 billion ($2.11 billion) fine from the european union for failing to charge sufficient customs duties on chinese goods, just as prime minister theresa may gears up to launch ​negotiations over the u.k.’s divorce from the bloc.olaf, the eu antifraud office, said the u.k hasn't taken sufficient steps to stop the fraud and that the u.k. should be made to repay the €2 billion in revenue lost to the...






marine le pen: deadline p es for national front leader to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing a european parliament deadline for france's far-right leader marine le pen to return more than 300,000 euros (£257,000; $321,000) it says she has misspent, has p ed.the presidential candidate had until midnight to repay the money, but said she had no intention of doing so.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.she says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.if she does not repay the money, the parliament could now respond by withholding as much as half of her salary and allowances, which her opponents say total almost €11,000 a month.ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may. if sh






marine le pen: deadline p es for national front leader to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing a european parliament deadline for france's far-right leader marine le pen to return more than 300,000 euros(£257,000; $321,000) it says she has misspent, has p ed.the presidential candidate had until midnight to repay the money, but said she had no intention of doing so.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.she says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.if she does not repay the money, the parliament could now respond by withholding as much as half of her salary and allowances, which her opponents say total almost €11,000 a month.ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may. if she






marine le pen refuses to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing france's far-right leader marine le pen says she will not return to the european parliament more than €300,000 (£257,000; $321,000) in funds it says she has misspent.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.the french presidential candidate says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.ms le pen had until midnight on tuesday to repay the money.if not, the parliament says it will retain half her salary as an mep and she will also lose other allowances. ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may.polls suggest that she will make it to the run-off where she is likely to face conservative ca






marine le pen refuses to repay eu funds


image copyrightafpimage caption marine le pen denies any wrongdoing france's far-right leader marine le pen says she will not return to the european parliament more than €300,000 (£257,000; $321,000) in funds it says she has misspent.the parliament says she wrongly used the funds to pay an aide at the national front's headquarters in paris.the french presidential candidate says she is the victim of a politically motivated vendetta.ms le pen had until midnight on tuesday to repay the money.if not, the parliament says it will retain half her salary as an mep and she will also lose other allowances. ms le pen is one of the front-runners in the french presidential election to be held in april and may.polls suggest that she will make it to the run-off where she is likely to face conservative ca






coming to the u.s. as a refugee


according to the united nations high commissioner for refugees, almost 5 million syrians have fled to other countries to escape the syrian civil war. the united states took in more than 12,500 of those refugees in the last year, a policy that has created controversy around the country. on friday, president donald trump signed an executive order barring citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the united states for 90 days. the executive order, which sparked protests around the world, also stops all refugees from entering the u.s. for 120 days. syrian refugees are barred indefinitely, pending a review of the screening process.  this week on 60 minutes, correspondent bill whittaker has an inside look at what the united state’s vetting process for syrian refugees was bef






hot winter clothier canada goose plans to go public


canada goose, the coat maker known for its high-end down jackets, has filed for an initial public offering.it plans to trade under the ticker symbol “goos” on the new york stock exchange and toronto stock exchange.the canadian company, founded in 1957, sold a 70 percent stake to private equity firm bain capital in 2013. in the past few years, it has pushed to grow u.s. sales, focusing on the northeast.it plans to use ipo proceeds to repay debt and for general purposes. it said the offering could raise $100 million. that may change according to investor demand.canada goose holdings inc. posted net income of 26.5 million canadian dollars ($20.3 million) and sales of 290.8 million canadian dollars in the fiscal year that ended in march 2016.






detective: exotic dancer took money to sell baby, backed out


williamsport, pa. — pennsylvania detectives say an exotic dancer made a deal to sell her newborn daughter for $1,700, accepted the money but didn't follow through on the arrangement.lycoming county detective william weber tells pennlive.com (http://bit.ly/2nzcrfj ) that 22-year-old keanaendigo (kehn-an-dee'-goh) james signed a notarized agreement in april to sell her daughter, who was born in july. she is wanted on charges of theft and dealing in infant children.detectives learned about the deal when the woman who agreed to buy the baby filed a small-claims court lawsuit in september trying to get her money back. james agreed to repay the money at an october hearing, but authorities haven't yet found her.weber says james worked as a dancer in williamsport, pennsylvania, and in new jersey.t






man admits to running $54m green-energy ponzi scheme


philadelphia (ap) — a georgia man has admitted he ran a $54 million ponzi scheme built on false promises of green energy technology and real estate.troy wragg pleaded guilty in federal court in philadelphia on thursday to conspiracy and securities fraud.wragg’s college girlfriend, amanda knorr, pleaded guilty last year. a 54-year-old securities salesman from colorado goes on trial in september.assistant u.s. attorney robert livermore wrote in court filings that wragg’s mantria corp. didn’t set out to defraud investors but began lying after the pennsylvania-based company began having financial problems.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.prosecutors say the trio lied to investors, saying their “biochar” technology and “carbon-negative” housing in tennessee made million






assembly democrats aim to put $3-billion bond for parks on 2018 ballot


california voters could decide in 2018 whether to approve a $3-billion bond to finance a boost to parks and open space across the state.the state assembly approved the measure monday afternoon, which would provide money to state and local park improvements with an emphasis on funneling dollars to disadvantaged communities.“it’s hard for people in my communities to have access to healthy environments,” assemblyman joaquin arambula (d-fresno) said when arguing in favor of the bill.the measure required a two-thirds supermajority for passage and did so entirely with democratic votes.republican assemblymembers argued that the state should spend the money it has now on parks rather than ask voters to borrow money. they noted the $3-billion bond will require the state to repay $6 billion over thr






village ordered to repay $3 million from traffic speeding tickets


hamilton, ohio -- a judge in ohio says a village must pay back all $3 million paid by drivers for speeding citations from automated traffic eras.cbs cincinnati affiliate wkrc-tv reports butler county judge michael oster issued his ruling wednesday, saying the money was unjust enrichment of new miami. a judge ruled in 2014 that the village’s era enforcement was unconstitutional.the ruling is the latest round in appeals and disputes in the case, and the village has said it will continue to challenge it.oster ruled that the eras gave new miami an unfair a ntage over speeders, wkrc says.the village cited nearly 45,000 people in 15 months.its officers now use hand-held eras to comply with state law requiring that an officer be present when era enforcement is used.a challenge by cities to that l






denver-based jagged peak energy shares face rough launch – the denver post


jagged peak energy expected to price its initial public offering at $16 to $18 a share, but debuted instead at $15 a share on friday, only to drop as low as $13.83 a share before recovering.shares of the denver-based independent oil and gas producer, which trade on the new york stock exchange under the ticker jag, closed monday at $14.50.the company raised $494 million, below the $719.2 million it could have raised had investors accepted $18 a share. the company, in its registration statement, said it plans to use proceeds to repay a $132 million credit line and to fund a $580 million drilling program in the southern delaware basin.the west texas basin is one of the test in the country, with multiple formations stacked on top of each other, which contributes to a lower cost for each barrel






factors to consider when selecting the appropriate financing option


startup capital is hard to come by. even with your savings, you will soon realize that you need a capital boost and that is when you will have to choose between the two common means of funding. you have to pick between debt and equity financing?what are these two funding options?essentially, what these two options ask is whether you need to take a loan for capital or get an investor willing to invest in your company. either option has significant business consequences, hence the thorough considerations.under debt financing, you will borrow money from a lender at an interest and you will be expected to repay the money after an agreed duration. on the other hand, equity financing is where you trade the ownership of your company for investment funds. often, equity investors include venture ca






revolut users can now apply for credit in just a few minutes


just a few weeks after n26 started offering credit in germany, fintech startup revolut is also launching a brand new credit feature for u.k. users. behind the scene, revolut is working with lending works to provide those credit lines.lending works is a peer-to-peer lending company that matches individual lenders with borrowers. so revolut chose not to work with a traditional bank for this feature.as always, you only need to open revolut’s mobile app to apply for credit. you can select how much money you want and the number of months you need to pay it back. you’ll also need to enter your monthly income and residential status. after that, you get a quote and you can accept or decline.revolut says that you’ll end up paying £52 to borrow £1,000 over a year — that’s a 9.9 percent representativ






revolut users can now apply for credit in just a few minutes


just a few weeks after n26 started offering credit in germany, fintech startup revolut is also launching a brand new credit feature for u.k. users. behind the scenes, revolut is working with lending works to provide those credit lines.lending works is a peer-to-peer lending company that matches individual lenders with borrowers. so revolut chose not to work with a traditional bank for this feature.as always, you only need to open revolut’s mobile app to apply for credit. you can select how much money you want and the number of months you need to pay it back. you’ll also need to enter your monthly income and residential status. after that, you get a quote and you can accept or decline.revolut says you’ll end up paying £52 to borrow £1,000 over a year — that’s a 9.9 percent representative ap






anger in cambodia as us wants 50-year-old debt repaid | news


a recurring demand by the united states that cambodia repay $500m in "war debt" has prompted fury in the southeast asian nation. the loan started out as $274m in the 1970s, which the us says was used for food supplies, but cambodian prime minister hun sen has called it "dirty money" and said it was used to buy weapons.sen said the us had no right to demand repayment of a debt that was "blood-stained" from us bombing of cambodian territory during the vietnam war."the us created problems in my country and is demanding money from us," he said, according to local media. "we also don't demand that the us pay for the damage and destruction caused by the war. we just want the us to be responsible for the problem of the debt."sen called on us president donald trump to cancel the debt late last yea






look out for winter storm (stephen) colbert next winter


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the late-night comics on the somewhat unconventional ways the east coast made it through the storm. take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com. usa today opinion_eileen riversmr. stephen colbert.(photo: gail schulman/cbs) 5 connectlinkedinemailmoreforget stella. next year you can look forward to winter storm colbert.the weather channel announced thursday that the third storm of the 2017-18 winter season will be named after cbs late show host stephen colbert, who poked fun at the name stella earlier this week."the weather channel has no authority to name anything," colbert said. "i have as much authority to name things as they do ... i'm calling this storm winter storm crazy balls."the network responded by saying it is "excit






look out for winter storm (stephen) colbert next winter


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the late-night comics on the somewhat unconventional ways the east coast made it through the storm. take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com. usa today opinion_eileen riversmr. stephen colbert.(photo: gail schulman/cbs) 10 connectlinkedinemailmoreforget stella. next year you can look forward to winter storm colbert.the weather channel announced thursday that the third storm of the 2017-18 winter season will be named after cbs late show host stephen colbert, who poked fun at the name stella earlier this week."the weather channel has no authority to name anything," colbert said. "i have as much authority to name things as they do ... i'm calling this storm winter storm crazy balls."the network responded by saying it is "exci






look out for winter storm (stephen) colbert next winter


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the late-night comics on the somewhat unconventional ways the east coast made it through the storm. take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com. usa today opinion_eileen riversmr. stephen colbert.(photo: gail schulman/cbs) 3 connectlinkedinemailmoreforget stella. next year you can look forward to winter storm colbert.the weather channel announced thursday that the third storm of the 2017-18 winter season will be named after cbs late show host stephen colbert, who poked fun at the name stella earlier this week."the weather channel has no authority to name anything," colbert said. "i have as much authority to name things as they do ... i'm calling this storm winter storm crazy balls."the network responded by saying it is "excit






anger in cambodia as us wants 50-year-old debt repaid | news


a recurring demand by the united states that cambodia repay $500m in "war debt" has prompted fury in the south-east asian nation. the loan started out as $274m in the 1970s, which the us says was used for food supplies, but cambodian prime minister hun sen has called it 'dirty money' and said it was used to buy weapons.sen said the us had no right to demand repayment of a debt that was "blood-stained" from us bombing of cambodian territory during the vietnam war."the us created problems in my country and is demanding money from us," he said, according to local media. "we also don't demand that the us pay for the damage and destruction caused by the war. we just want the us to be responsible for the problem of the debt."sen called on us president donald trump to cancel the debt late last ye






bet on nuclear power sends westinghouse into bankruptcy


westinghouse electric co., once synonymous with america’s industrial might, wagered its future on nuclear power — and lost.now a unit of japanese technology giant toshiba, westinghouse on wednesday filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy-court protection, citing as much as $10 billion in debt. the company will continue operating while it comes up with a plan to repay at least part of what it owes.the move marks a potential end to a troubled era, which began in the late 1990s, when the company made a series of sales that left it with only the nuclear business. since then, atomic power has failed to take off in part because of cost overruns, cheaper alternatives and the fallout from an accident in japan.westinghouse electric companyfounded: 1886.founder: george westinghouse, inventor and rival of th






thelma krause thankful for husband jerry's selection to hall of fame


jerry krause liked to tell a story. his wife, thelma, heard them all, some of them multiple times.the steadying, patient force behind krause as he guided the bulls for 18 seasons and to six championships, thelma heard about the scouts who influenced him and the mentors he ultimately tried to repay by passing along what he knew and learned.and the one story krause talked about often during his later years reached a fitting conclusion saturday, when the naismith basketball hall of fame officially opened its doors to the man who always considered himself a scout at heart. krause, who died march 21, will be enshrined as a contributor in springfield, mass., on sept. 7-9 as part of the class of 2017."i am so sorry that jerry didn't live long enough to hear that he made the hall of fame," thelma






thelma krause thankful for husband jerry's induction into hall of fame


jerry krause liked to tell a story. his wife, thelma, heard them all, some of them multiple times.the steadying, patient force behind krause as he guided the bulls for 18 seasons and six championships, thelma heard about the scouts that influenced him and the mentors he ultimately tried to repay by passing along what he knew and learned.and the one story that krause talked about often during the later years of his life reached its fitting conclusion on saturday, when the naismith basketball hall of fame officially opened its doors to the man who always considered himself a scout at heart. krause, who died on march 21, will be enshrined as a contributor in springfield, mass., on sept. 7-9 as part of the class of 2017."i am so sorry that jerry didn't live long enough to hear that he made the






colorado could owe feds up to $43 million for medicaid “systems error” – the den


a “system error” at the state medicaid department could leave colorado taxpayers on the hook to repay the federal government as much as $43 million, an unexpected expense that state officials are scrambling to reconcile.the department’s computer system “erroneously categorized” some services as eligible for more federal funds than they were, according to a memo sent wednesday to lawmakers on the joint budget committee from a committee staffer.the state department of health care policy and financing, which oversees medicaid government health insurance for the needy and disabled, estimated the federal payback would total anywhere from $21.8 million to $43.4 million. the department is fixing the system error for medicaid claims beginning this month, but the problem dates back to july 2015.“th






cambodia rejects paying 'dirty debt' to the us | cambodia


the united states has renewed its demand for cambodia to repay a war debt of $500m amid president donald trump's push to improve the state budget. such a demand has met with an outcry from cambodian political leaders and their people, who have consistently called the debt "dirty" and "blood-stained".clearly, the memory of the united states' war in indochina continues to shape cambodian perceptions of and foreign policy towards the us. cambodia is reluctant to pay the debt. however, should the us keep forcing cambodia to service the debt, its moral high ground may be adversely affected."i have not sent an official letter to trump asking him to cancel the debt … they brought bombs and dropped them on cambodia and [now] demand cambodian people to pay," said cambodian prime minister hun sen ea






gov. jerry brown warns of at least a $6-billion-a-year hit to california under g


calling the republican congressional leadership's healthcare proposal an "insult to democracy itself," gov. jerry brown warned wednesday that the proposal would shift $6 billion in costs a year to california's state government by 2020."it's real when you, all of a sudden, send a $6-billion tax bill to the state of california," brown said in an interview after he delivered remarks alongside democrats who were on capitol hill to mark the seventh anniversary of the affordable care act, known as obamacare."this is devastating," he said.on the eve of the vote on the proposed gop replacement for the obamacare law, brown's administration released an analysis concluding that the annual costs to the state would grow to $24.3 billion by 2027. california embarked on one of the most aggressive impleme