Maine Community Health Options v. United States (18-1023)

Maine Community Health Options v. United States (18-1023)

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s now expired “Risk Corridors” statute—which set a formula for calculating payments to healthcare insurers for unexpectedly unprofitable plans during the first three years of online insurance marketplaces—created a Government obligation to pay insurers the full amount of their computed losses; and petitioners properly relied on the Tucker Act to sue for damages in the Court of Federal Claims.
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A White Bar Owner May Face Charges For Killing A Black Protester In Omaha

A white bar owner has shot and killed a young black man in an altercation as protests were happening in Omaha, Neb., Saturday night.
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Courts Begin to Consider Guidelines for Reopening

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts has distributed to the courts guidelines for restoring operations that rely heavily on conditions in local communities and on objective data from local and state public health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Can law firms do more to protect themselves from cyber attack – or are they just sitting ducks?

Responsibility for managing cyber risk cannot be outsourced; law firm leaders must have 'skin in the game', argues Martin Sutherland. Allen Grubman …
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Rock Island County NAACP calls for change in local law enforcement

“These protesters are saying enough is enough. We're not allowing this to happen in America any longer,” Bonnie Ballard, the Law Enforcement …
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