Newsom Tracker: Chatting with bi-pharm industry

Mayor Gavin Newsom will spend part of this morning speaking briefly at the BioPharm America Conference at the San Francisco Marriott.

The press release for the three-day event says it all: The conference “will bring together decision makers from all sectors of the international bio-pharmaceutical industry for three days of high level networking and dealmaking.”

Don’t ever say nothing happens in San Francisco.

Newsom was also getting “mic’ed up” this morning for an MSNBC interview, according to his Twitter post.

To save you from linking to it, here’s the rest of the post: “SF's public health care plan is reducing hospital admissions 4 members  + creating competition.”

There you go.

 

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