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Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Withdraws 340B Program Proposed Rule

On November 14, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) withdrew a proposed rule that would have… 446 more words

Health Care Law

this pressed for your right to know: House Republicans sue Obama administration over immigration

House Republicans sue Obama administration over immigration

House Republicans have sued the Obama administration over steps President Obama took to put his health law into place. 139 more words

Robinson v Ng [2014] ACTSC 227

Robinson presented to his dentist with a painful upper right molar and after some discussion decided to undergo extraction of the tooth rather than have root canal therapy. 170 more words

Australian Health Law

Mental Health in Schools

By To, Jane Jia Xin

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Ann Maguire Murder
The pre-trial psychiatric and psychological tests found that Cornick had various anger issues, adjustment disorder, and personality disorder with marked psychopathic traits (R v William Cornick, 2014). 740 more words

Health Law

How much did you pay Jonathan Gruber to lie to you? Millions. The money is piling up.

How much did you pay Jonathan Gruber to lie to you? Millions. The money is piling up.canadafreepress.com ^ | 11/17/2014 | Robert LauriePosted on 11/18/2014, 11:03:35 AM by rktmanIf you’ve been paying attention to the story about the myriad Jonathan Gruber videos, you’ve probably heard the sum of $400,000.00 bandied about. 267 more words

Alternate News

Unique city plan to ban all tobacco sales ignites firestorm among residents

By: Martha Neil

Tired of a “whack-a-mole” approach, as it attempted to restrict the sale of new tobacco products that appeal to young people, the board of health in a Massachusetts town decided to consider banning the sale of tobacco products entirely. 188 more words

Law

Philip Klein: Obamacare Repeal is More Likely, and Now GOP Needs an Alternative

Philip Klein writes:  This month, two developments have shaken the conventional wisdom that repealing President Obama’s healthcare law is an impossibility.

First, Republicans scored a historic election victory, not only taking control of the Senate but likely winning the most House seats since 1928 — the year before… 470 more words

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