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A Step Too Far: Congress Must Act On Insurance Company Tactics That Delay Critical Care For Patients

This bipartisan legislation will help create a more transparent process that allows patients and physicians to seek exceptions to step therapy protocol. Although it only applies to employer-sponsored health plans, the bill represents an important step tow

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The Supreme Court Wasn’t Always This Politicized

Democrats have historically been able to overcome partisan differences when assessing SCOTUS nominees. The post The Supreme Court Wasn’t Always This Politicized appeared first on Above the Law.

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The Clarence Gift-Soliciting Saga Continues — See Also

Shame If I Had To Stop Working Here: Clarence used his position to negotiate for more money. Pop Quiz: Let's see if you can do better on civics than a former president. Unfortunately, There Have Been Layoffs: Best of wishes to those impacted. More Money!:

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The morning read for Monday, December 18

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Monday morning read: A “Delicate Matter”: Clarence Thomas Private Complaints About Money Sparked Private Fea

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