Attorney General Martha Coakley and state Secretary William Galvin’s offices must now re-write the “yes” section of the ballot question in light of Thursday’s ruling by Associate Justice Robert J. Cordy. The re-written section must be submitted to the court for review "
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Regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on the federal healthcare law, the nation's largest health insurer said it would continue to honor some of the law's more popular provisions, including preventive screenings at no cost and the elimination of ...Read more
By Robert Longley, About.com GuideJune 7, 2012 A three-judge panel of the normally liberal-leaning US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has ruled 2-1 that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not protect the rights of disabled ...Read more
South Carolina's high court rules that expert opinions must only show the standard of care was violated. By Alicia Gallegos, amednews staff. Posted June 11, 2012. A ruling by the South Carolina Supreme Court about the scope of expert witness affidavits ...Read more