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The nightmare continues… Tristani v. Richman, is a class action lawsuit on behalf of three Pennsylvania Medicaid beneficiaries subject to liens by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. The decision marks the first time that an appellate court has answered a question left undecided by the U.S. Supreme Court in Arkansas Dept. of Health and [...]
Which of our institutions has the right to play Solomon with the children of divorced or deceased parents, the legislature or the Courts?
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