The ordinance was passed unanimously during a meeting Monday evening.
Another survey finds wages not keeping up with workers’ growing out-of-pocket health expenses.
All but one of the insurer’s businesses reported revenue gains for the April to June period.
Analysis shows more than half pays for physician care and prescription drugs
Meanwhile, Brandon Sawalich, the new president of the hearing aid maker, is at the center of a lawsuit with Starkey’s former president.
Michael Tobak pled guilty to using assets from the business to cover personal expenses and make multi-million dollar investments.
Report says catastrophic medical claims up nearly 70 percent over four years.
Neither side could agree on the other’s terms for a new contract before the July 5 deadline.
CBO report documents that Medicare pays far less for the same care to beneficiaries.