Wednesday, November 06, 2013

          Consortium Invited to Present on Price Transparency at SF Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Hearing

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          Consortium staff members Professors David Faigman and Jaime King at City Hall

          Under the sponsorship of Supervisors Mark Farrell, David Chiu, and David Campos, Consortium staff members Jaime King and Anne Marie Helm will be presenting on establishing cost transparency in the interest of public health. The November 6th meeting begins at 10:30am and will be televised live on SFGovTV cable Channel 26 in San Francisco, as well as on their website at http://www.sfgovtv.org/.

          The full agenda can be found here: http://www.sfbos.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=47026

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