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On Peninsula, hospital fights measure to limit what it pays executives

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Here’s a local health care story that resonates. On the Peninsula, Measure M would limit executive pay at El Camino Hospital to twice the salary of the governor of California. Jerry Brown earns $173,987. El Camino’s CEO, Tomi Ryba, is paid $695,000, not counting a bonus of up to 30 percent if she meets certain performance goals. (Nine other hospital execs would also be affected if M passes.)

So who’s trying to defeat it? The hospital, which has contributed $149,000 to the anti-M campaign so far, says The Bay Citizen’s Katharine Mieszkowski.


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