SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Yesterday a California state court denied a motion on behalf of eight independent retail pharmacies to stop the 10% Medi-Cal provider cuts, reported the California Pharmacists Association, here. Medi-Cal is the name of the state’s Medicaid program. The pharmacies sought a temporary restraining order from Sacramento Superior Court against the California Department of Health Care Services and its director, Sandra Shewry, to block the cuts from being implemented. The court ...

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