Quote of the Day:

Barbara Ann Radnofsky

  • A State can sue for negligence as well as fraud damages.
  • As taxpayers, we pay our elected officials to serve the people and protect our state and our interests.
  • The Supreme Court, in 2005, emphasized and contrasted the great power of Congress under the Commerce Clause to regulate interstate commerce versus much more limited federal power under the discarded Articles of Confederation.
  • Congress mandated that health care providers in emergency departments and ambulances provide emergency care to anyone in need, including the uninsured and underinsured.
  • Health care providers, saving lives daily in our emergency rooms, live with federal mandates.
  • As taxpayers, we pay our elected officials to serve the people and protect our state and our interests.
  • The Supreme Court, in 2005, emphasized and contrasted the great power of Congress under the Commerce Clause to regulate interstate commerce versus much more limited federal power under the discarded Articles of Confederation.
  • A State can sue for negligence as well as fraud damages.
  • Health care providers, saving lives daily in our emergency rooms, live with federal mandates.
  • Congress mandated that health care providers in emergency departments and ambulances provide emergency care to anyone in need, including the uninsured and underinsured.