LOS ANGELES --
Los Angeles county political and business leaders are hoping that the University of California will play a role in reopening the Martin Luther King Junior Hospital.They are asking UC's governing board to consider becoming a partner in the hospital's rebirth by 2012.
The hospital closed two years ago after failing a federal inspection.
Some UC regents have expressed support for the partnership.
However, some are concerned about making a large financial commitment, while the US system faces its own budget problems.
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