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Aetna Must Face Lawsuit Alleging Failure to Pay Surgery Center

Aetna Life Insurance Co. must face a lawsuit brought by Healthcare Ally Management of California LLC alleging the insurance company failed to pay over $70,000 it owed a Los Angeles surgical center.

Tennessee Top Court Strikes Down Medicaid ER Reimbursement Cap

TennCare’s $50 emergency services reimbursement cap is void because it wasn’t promulgated through notice-and-comment rulemaking, Tennessee’s highest court said.

Mintz Chief Wants Partners to Lead Associates Back to Office

Mintz Levin’s Bob Bodian is looking to coax lawyers back to the office, beginning with the firm’s partners.

Planned Parenthood Sues South Carolina Over New Abortion Ban

A new South Carolina law that bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy violates the state constitution’s privacy, equal protection, and due process guarantees, Planned Parenthood says in a lawsuit filed Thursday.

Debt Deal Emerging to Raise Limit With Two-Year Spending Cap

Republican and White House negotiators are moving closer to an agreement to raise the debt limit and cap federal spending for two years, according to people familiar with the matter, as time grows short to avert a catastrophic US default.

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Biden, McCarthy Forge Debt Deal in Bid to Avert US Default

White House and Republican negotiators reached a tentative deal late Saturday to raise the US debt ceiling and avert a default that threatened to send tremors through the global economy.

Beyond Abortion: The Fight Over Fetal Personhood Is Here

When do legal rights begin, at birth or before that? This video looks at the fetal personhood movement, and what it could mean for the future of abortion. We explore its history and the constitutional argument underpinning it.

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Archegos Insurer Sues to Avoid Covering Costs of Firm’s Failure

An insurer for Bill Hwang and his Archegos Capital Management is suing to avoid paying any costs incurred by Archegos, Hwang and other senior executives of the investment firm from a separate suit by a former employee who claims the implosion of the family office cost him as much as $50 million.

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