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Health Care Costs

A federal court in California preliminarily approved a settlement between Sutter Health and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union and Employer Benefit Trust and the state in a suit alleging the company’s anticompetitive practices raised health care costs for people in Northern California. Sutter must pay $575 million.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal court in California preliminarily approved a settlement between Sutter Health and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union and Employer Benefit Trust and the state in a suit alleging the company’s anticompetitive practices raised health care costs for people in Northern California. Sutter must pay $575 million. 

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