It has been a week of make-or-break negotiations at the state Capitol over California's troubled workers' compensation system. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has said he wants to sign a reform package into law before the Legislature goes on spring break next weekend. But at the same time, he has been collecting signatures and raising money for a possible ballot initiative. Some of the money he has raised has come from insurance companies that have a stake in workers' comp. And that seems to violate one of the governor's own definitions of who he will take money from, even as that definition seems to be changing. Reporter: John Myers
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