Ashley Herzog

Ashley Herzog writes from Avon Lake, Ohio.
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Doctors Question Treatment Protocols

Physicians should be free to use whatever they think is the best care for that the specific patient, as long as the physician tells the patient why the MD thinks the plan is right and what evidence led them to that conclusion

FDA Approves Wearable Biosensor Patch Under Emergency Authority

“Physicians have the ability to set and receive text notifications for patients that are outside their current threshold for any of their vitals”

On-line Lambda School Offers Students Income Share Agreements in lieu of Tuition

For-profit schools like Lambda are an important alternative to traditional universities that impose a heavy financial burden on students.

On-line Lambda School Offers Students Income Share Agreements in lieu of Tuition

For-profit schools like Lambda are an important alternative to traditional universities that impose a heavy financial burden on students.

Colorado Bills Aim to Improve Medicaid Primary Care Through Telemedicine

Colorado lawmakers are proposing a bill to expand telemedicine in an effort to improve health care access for Medicaid patients.

City of Dallas Studies Home Rental Regulations

The City of Dallas is considering regulating rentals, while Austin fights in court for its ordinance.

U.S. Supreme Court Considering Second Amendment Case

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to strike down a New York City law that prevents residents from transporting firearms outside of their residences.

Illinois Takes Steps to Control the Price of Insulin

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill into law that caps the out-of-pocket price of insulin at $100 for a 30-day supply.

Congress Considers Broader Protections for Corporate Whistleblowers

The U.S. Supreme Court limited the scope of protection under existing law to employees who report wrongdoing directly to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

‘Old-Fashioned Land Grab’ in Colorado Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court‘Old-Fashioned Land Grab’ in Colorado Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

Colorado law allows property owners and residents to form “special municipal districts” that can use eminent domain to take private property.

Ashley Herzog

Ashley Herzog writes from Avon Lake, Ohio.

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