Courts & Cases

Women protest against the six-week abortion ban at the Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, when the law went into effect. – Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP

Texas abortion law stays in place

WASHINGTON — A deeply divided Supreme Court is allowing a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in force, for now stripping most women of the right to an abortion in the nation’s second-largest state.

U.S. Supreme Court to return to in-person arguments

WASHINGTON — The justices are putting the “court” back in Supreme Court.

Shield for Sacklers spurs appeals

The end of the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy case has left a bitter taste for those who wanted to see more accountability for members of the Sackler family.

Trial Notebook


Hospital throws Hail Mary pass

Running out of cash and tired of getting jerked around with slow-pay gimmicks by the “managed care organizations” that receive per person monthly fees from the State of Illinois to handle healthcare for 80% of the folks enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program, Saint Anthony Hospital sued Theresa Eagleson, director of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services. Dedicated to serving the poor on Chicago’s west side, the hospital — invoking Sec. 1983 of the 1871 Civil Rights Act — alleged the state deprived it of its rights under the Medicaid Act by failing to make sure MCOs complied with statutory requirements for prompt payment of claims from healthcare providers.

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