Amicus Update

Article Taken From: NASP The Florida Bar Board of Governors unanimously approved a recommendation to amend the Rules of Professional Conduct 4-1.5, titled fees and costs for legal services.  The proposal would allow a personal injury attorney hired on a contingency fee basis to seek a
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Why Do Some States Spend More on Health Care?

One of the interesting features of the Affordable Care Act is that reform basically takes place at the state level. Yet the states are very different. Some spend more than twice as much on health care as others, as a percent of state income. For example, health care spending in three
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Four More States Get Federal Nod For Health Exchanges

WASHINGTON — Michigan, New Hampshire, West Virginia and Iowa are the final four states to receive conditional federal approval to run state partnership health insurance exchanges under the 2010 health care law, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday. A partners
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