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February 28, 2018

Supreme Court Accepts Case on Employment Arbitration in Transportation

Lawmakers Fight Over Ways to Curb ‘Assignment of Benefits’ Abuse: Florida legislators failed to act on surging assignment of benefits lawsuit abuse. The state’s legislative session ended last Friday. (ABC Action News)

Gov. Wolf’s Biggest PAC Donor Includes Money from Secretive Compounding Pharmacies: A low-profile PAC funded in part by “Philadelphia-area lawyers” has opposed a bill that would “put an end to the controversial practice of pharmacies billing insurers for” unproven products has contributed $1 million to the reelection campaign of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. This is twice the amount of any other committee’s contributions to the campaign. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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