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How Can You Steal From Our Most Vulnerable Citizens? — FTC: Nursing Homes Are Stealing in a COVID-19 World

05/27/2020
Politics and Topical News
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As if the news couldn’t get any worse, the following headline appeared on CNN’s Web site recently: “Some nursing homes are taking residents’ stimulus checks, FTC warns.” Really? Institutes of care ripping off the elderly? According to the Federal Trade Commission, yes. “The Federal Trade Commission reported that nursing homes […]

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Is Tort Reform in the Best Interests of the Public? The Numbers’ Don’t Lie and Insurance Company Exec’s agree It is in No One’s Best Interests, Except Insurers

03/4/2019
Corporate Fraud
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The Tort Reform Myth Persists — Selling Out the Injured Why do lobbyists still sell and legislators still buy the tort reform myth? A 194-page briefing book published in December 2018 by the Center for Justice & Democracy at New York Law School packs a powerful punch when it comes […]

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