Will Arizona's Off-Label Drug Law Spur Changes Elsewhere?

Arizona became the first state to allow drugmakers to promote off-label uses of their drugs. Will other states follow, and does it matter? Read More

Private Trees

  • September 25, 2017
  • Stateline Story
  • By Mindy Fetterman
Will the recent tangle over the regulation of trees on private land in Texas spread to other cities and states? Read More

Discrimination in Medicaid?

A suit in California says the state’s Medicaid program pays doctors so poorly, the mostly Hispanic patients that use the program aren’t getting timely access to quality medical care. Lawyers working on the case believe it is the first to sue Medicaid using a state anti-discrimination statute. Read More
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