Bill Aims to Make Online Information About Assisted Living More Accessible

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The California Report reported on a dozen states in the U.S. — including North Carolina, Florida and Ohio — make details about facility violations readily available online. California lawmakers say it’s an embarrassment that a state with the technical genius of Silicon Valley is so far behind.

At a press conference in January, Assemblymember Susan Eggman (D-Stockton) introduced a bill, AB 1571, that would require the state to build an online rating system where consumers can compare facilities on quality.

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