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Prime Healthcare Services withdrew from the sale Tuesday, saying conditions imposed by California's attorney general were too "burdensome and restrictive."
Opponents and supporters of the pending sale of six Catholic hospitals to Prime Healthcare Services escalated their actions and their rhetoric this week as the February deadline nears.
A California-based health care network, believed to be a contender to buy the Daughters of Charity Health System, has filed a lawsuit against a union that opposes the purchase.
Faced with economic realities that make it impossible to continue operating its six hospitals, the Western province of the Daughters of Charity are putting the facilities up for sale.