A Bill to Regulate Rehabs Faces Opposition — From Rehabs

A trade group representing 66 addiction treatment programs in California is opposing a proposed state law that would regulate how all 2,000 programs in the state do business. The law only needs the governor’s signature to be enacted. It would crack down on “patient brokering,” a money-maker practice that some rehabs use to attract clients. Perks to clients range from cross-country flights to food, clothes, cigarettes and even drugs, Mother Jones said, and the perks are so...

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