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RODGERS V. PIMA COUNTY

Posted: April 28, 2017 at 6:39 am   /   Politics

Under federal law, pharmaceutical companies can be charged with a crime simply for telling a doctor about a legal, alternative use for an approved treatment. Sadly, government routinely censors the communication of valuable and truthful information that could help improve – and even save – people’s lives. This changed in Arizona last week when Governor […]

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RODGERS V. PIMA COUNTY

Posted: April 28, 2017 at 6:39 am

Under federal law, pharmaceutical companies can be charged with a crime simply for telling a doctor about a legal, alternative use for an approved treatment. Sadly, government routinely censors the communication of valuable and truthful information that could help improve – and even save – people’s lives. This changed in Arizona last week when Governor […]

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WOMEN’S SURGICAL CENTER V. REESE

Posted: April 28, 2017 at 6:39 am

Under federal law, pharmaceutical companies can be charged with a crime simply for telling a doctor about a legal, alternative use for an approved treatment. Sadly, government routinely censors the communication of valuable and truthful information that could help improve – and even save – people’s lives. This changed in Arizona last week when Governor […]

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DR. LANDRUM V. MISSISSIPPI BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE

Posted: April 28, 2017 at 6:38 am   /   Politics

Under federal law, pharmaceutical companies can be charged with a crime simply for telling a doctor about a legal, alternative use for an approved treatment. Sadly, government routinely censors the communication of valuable and truthful information that could help improve – and even save – people’s lives. This changed in Arizona last week when Governor […]

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Flytenow v. FAA

Posted: January 6, 2015 at 5:05 pm   /   Politics

By bwilson Innovative technologies that connect service providers directly to consumers are changing the way people live, work, and travel. From Uber and Lyft in the transportation industry to Airbnb in the hospitality industry, people are using the power of technology to connect with one another and trade goods and services in a way that […]

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Flytenow v. FAA

Posted: January 6, 2015 at 4:05 pm   /   Politics

Innovative technologies that connect service providers directly to consumers are changing the way people live, work, and travel.  From Uber and Lyft in the transportation industry to Airbnb in the hospitality industry, people are using the power of technology to connect with one another and trade goods and services in a way that has historically […]

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Flytenow Sues Federal Aviation Administration to Continue “Flight-Sharing” Operations

Posted: January 6, 2015 at 1:50 pm   /   Politics

By bwilson Washington—Today Flytenow Inc., an innovative start-up business that uses the Internet to connect private pilots with passengers wishing to share travel plans and flight expenses, sued the Federal Aviation Administration for shutting the website down. Flytenow expands on the trend that companies like Uber and Airbnb.com have popularized: allowing consumers to connect directly […]

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Flytenow Sues Federal Aviation Administration to Continue “Flight-Sharing” Operations

Posted: January 6, 2015 at 12:50 pm   /   Politics

Washington—Today Flytenow Inc., an innovative start-up business that uses the Internet to connect private pilots with passengers wishing to share travel plans and flight expenses, sued the Federal Aviation Administration for shutting the website down. Flytenow expands on the trend that companies like Uber and Airbnb.com have popularized: allowing consumers to connect directly with private individuals […]

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Arizona Supreme Court Allows Challenge to Medicaid Expansion to Move Forward

Posted: December 31, 2014 at 10:11 am   /   Politics

By bwilson Phoenix—Today the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that state lawmakers have legal standing to challenge the hospital provider tax that is being used to fund a Medicaid eligibility expansion. The Court’s decision does not mean the hospital tax is legal or illegal; the decision simply allows the case to move forward and be heard […]

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