Congress passes a bill to give states greater flexibility in defining “small businesses”; South Dakota seeks to offset Medicaid expansion costs in part with increased use of the fully federally-funded Indian Health Service; and Texas applies for an extension of its Medicaid ...
A California employer recently received a lesson in Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliance from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Negative option marketing cost one company $1 million in a recent deal with the Attorneys General of New York, Pennsylvania and Washington.
Credit card add-on products were the subject of a recent enforcement action brought by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) against Comenity Bank of Delaware and Comenity Capital Bank in Utah.
In a strict reading of a local agency’s responsibilities under the Mitigation Fee Act (Gov’t Code §§ 66000 et seq.), the Court of Appeal held that San Clemente’s failure to make the proper findings under the Act to retain almost $10 million in mitigation fees collected ...
California's drought is now in its fourth year, and state leaders are faced with making unprecedented decisions further restricting water use.
New study shows Marketplace premiums parallel the employer market; Montana likely to select a private insurer to administer benefits to its Medicaid expansion population; and Washington’s Exchange customers will begin paying premiums directly to insurers.
On September 9 Hawaii became the first state to post a draft 1332 waiver proposal for public comment.
Could a battle of the privacy regulators be in the future?