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Justice for the Rich; Slapdown for the Rest of Us

In a September 30, 2016 decision, Price v. Medicaid Director, 838 F.3d 739 (6th Cir. 2016), The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court showed its lack of compassion and understanding of those who have limited income and modest net worth. The court held that while nursing home residents may have their eligibility for care paid by the state backdated up to three Read More


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Why Men Need Women

The lead article in the New York Times Sunday Review is “Why Men Need Women.”  Do you think they will follow up with “Why Women Need Men?”  That would set the the Guinness record for the world’s shortest article. Why would I say such a thing?  Consider Exhibit A, to the left, and Exhibit B, to the right.     Read More


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Religious Liberty and Conscience Protection Act

The Religious Liberty and Conscience Protection Act has been reintroduced in the Michigan Senate as SB-0136.  See my prior post, “Michigan Senate’s Religious Supremacy Bill,” for discussion.   John B. Payne, Attorney Garrison LawHouse, PC Dearborn, Michigan 313.563.4900 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 800.220.7200 law-business.com   ©2013 John B. Payne, Attorney    


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Obamacare Individual Mandate Tax Compliance Form Hoax

A client told me today that his wife received an “Obamacare Individual Mandate Tax Compliance Form” that the IRS is now requiring. I told him that I found that hard to believe and asked him to fax it to me. When I received the form pictured here, obamacare hoax I found that it was a hoax perpetrated by anti-health-care activists Read More