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The Ninth Circuit cleared the way for a widower to receive spousal pension benefits on Thursday, saying a lower court was wrong to deny him benefits on the grounds that the couple were domestic partners when the man’s late husband retired.
The D.C. federal judge presiding over public interest groups' challenge to President Donald Trump's executive order requiring that for every new regulation, two rules must be eliminated, said Friday that federal agencies must do a better job complying with discovery.
The Internal Revenue Service can’t use the Anti-Injunction Act to dodge an injunction preventing it from collecting payments from employers whose health plans fail to cover birth control, a North Dakota federal court has ruled.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday that aims to lower prescription drug costs, including a bill that would ban pay-for-delay settlements to keep generic drugs off the market, as well as measures to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.
The Eighth Circuit has rejected Honeywell retirees' request to revisit a March panel ruling that gave Honeywell a green light to cut off health care benefits for workers who retired before they turned 65 years old.