Month: February 2015

Physical Therapist Agrees to Revocation of License

SACRAMENTO – A Southern California Physical Therapist has agreed to have his license revoked as part of a stipulated settlement with the Physical Therapy Board of California following his conviction on fraud charges. Eddie Choi’s license revocation will be effective March 11, 2015. In March 2013, Choi plead guilty to illegally paying others to refer…

California 2015 Laws

Hundreds of new laws—930 to be exact—go into effect this year. Most took effect on January 1; however, some laws, such as the smartphone kill switches requirement, ban on plastic bags, increase in assisted living fines, mandatory sick days, and pet insurance consumer protections won’t go into effect until July 1. Here’s a rundown of…

Health Insurance and Taxes, Two Big Reasons to Act By Feb 15

Covered California and their tens of thousands of partners are working hard to ensure as many people as possible get the health insurance they want, and avoid future tax penalties.  With just a few days left before the February 15, 2015 deadline, time is short, but you still have time to sign up. If you don’t know how to get…

Water Conservation Never Out of Season

California’s Water Year 2014 as defined by the Department of Water Resources (Oct. 1–Sept. 30) was the third-driest on record in the past 119 years. The 2013 calendar year was the driest ever, and that followed two years of below-average precipitation. It has been taxing on State reservoirs and groundwater supplies. Even as a significant…

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