Healthy San Francisco
San Francisco supervisors have approved a key change to the city’s Healthy San Francisco program that could end up costing business owners.
A loophole in San Francisco’s health care ordinance is denying some workers access to medical reimbursment accounts or employer-provided health care coverage.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce said they may not finance several campaigns on the November ballot if a supervisor’s proposal to change the Healthy San Francisco law passes.
San Francisco employers are keeping 80 percent or $50 million a year of the money intended to provide employee health care under the city’s Healthy San Francisco law, and now there is an effort underway to close the loophole.