The editorial board of the Los Angeles Times has taken a position of “NO” on Proposition 46, declaring that it is a “flawed,” combination platter of health care-related proposals. The Los Angeles Times has joined with every other major paper in the state by taking a NO position on Prop. 46.

The Times editorial states the “methods the measure would use to achieve” its goals “are too flawed to be enacted into law.” The editorial continues: “quadrupling the cap (on none economic damages) all at once would force doctors, hospitals and clinics to carry considerably higher levels of insurance, which would cost them more.”

Read the Los Angeles Times editorial here.

Click here to view the other major California newspapers endorsing No on 46.

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