SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A bill mandating that all employers in California provide health care coverage to employees and their dependents through a state-administered agency has been passed by the legislature here and signed into law by Gov. Gray Davis prior to last week's recall election. try's point of view, the bill would impact small grocers in California who may provide health care to their employees but do not cover those employees' dependents, Paul Smith, a legislative analyst for the ...

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