Let’s try to glean from the returns of last week’s primaries a better sense of where the Democratic Party’s electorate stands in New York State.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court hearing opened as a two-ring circus: On the dais Senate Democrats repeatedly interrupted and attempted to derail the proceedings; in the audience, a succession of protests did much the same.
Much ink has been spilled over this summer’s passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act, and for good reason: the CCPA bestows many complicated rights upon California consumers, to the chagrin of enterprises that are increasingly beleaguered by privacy legislation foreign and domestic.
In health care circles, 21 words have rarely caused as much speculation as “Removal of Safe Harbor Protection for Rebates to Plans or PBMs Involving Prescription Pharmaceuticals and Creation of New Safe Harbor Protection."
Did you notice that this fact was not in the record on appeal?
All three branches of the federal government—judicial, executive, and legislative—are actively considering major aspects of the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA or Act).
Some teachers in Washington thought the state's Retirement Systems Department was short-changing them.
On July 28, 2018, California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in Lake, Mariposa, Mendocino and Napa counties due to the devastating effects of fires in the area.
Program integrity and compliance activities are meant to ensure that federal and state taxpayer dollars are spent appropriately on delivering quality, necessary care and preventing fraud, waste and abuse in federal healthcare programs.
The Equal Pay Act, which was enacted more than 50 years ago, continues to have a significant impact.