James E. Boasberg Healthcare News

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4/26/2021 Secret Court Reveals: FBI Hunted for Domestic Terrorists Without a Warrant
... the bureau still conducted queries relevant to criminal investigations about, among other things ‚Audomestic terrorism involving racially motivated violent extremists.‚Au The court's Judge James E. Boasberg found what he referred to as ‚Auapparent widespread violations of the querying standard.‚Au That's the euphemistic term the bureau tends ...
MSN
9/8/2020 Steptoe, Lambda Legal Win Court Order Blocking Key Parts of Anti-LGBTQ+ Health Care Discrimination Rule
... LGBTQ+ discrimination in health care and allowed providers to elevate their own religious beliefs above the needs of patients. On September 2, US District Judge James E. Boasberg of the District of Columbia granted Steptoe and Lambda Legal's request for a preliminary injunction, putting an immediate stop to key aspects ...
steptoe.com
9/4/2020 Another Court Vacates LGBTQ-Specific Rollbacks From New 1557 Rule - Health Affairs
... from LGBTQ people by eliminating protections under Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act against discrimination based on sex stereotyping. On September 2, 2020, Judge James E. Boasberg, a federal district court judge for the District of Columbia, granted a request for a preliminary injunction against parts of a recent ...
Health Affairs
9/4/2020 Another Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Transphobic Health Rule
... that aimed to gut Obamacare's nondiscrimination protections and give medical providers a green light to turn away patients on the basis of gender identity. Judge James E. Boasberg of the US District Court for the District of Columbia stepped in on September 2 to grant Lambda Legal's request for a ...
gaycitynews.com
9/3/2020 Second Judge Blocks Effort to End LGBTQ+ Health Care Protections
... Clinic in Washington, D.C., and other health organizations that serve many LGBTQ+ clients, represented by Lambda Legal and the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson. Judge James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted the plaintiffs' request for a preliminary injunction, which blocks enforcement of ...
worldcasinodirectory.com
9/3/2020 Trump administration rule to allow transgender discrimination blocked by federal judge
Donald Trump speaks to a luncheon at the National Press Club Photo: Shutterstock A second federal judge has ordered a temporary injunction against a Trump administration rule that would allow hospitals and insurers to more easily discriminate against transgender people. Judge James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court in ...
lgbtqnation.com
9/3/2020 A Second Judge Has Blocked A Trump Administration Attempt To Roll Back Healthcare Protections For Trans People | GO Magazine
A Second Judge Has Blocked A Trump Administration Attempt To Roll Back Healthcare Protections For Trans People September 3, 2020 Isabelle Lichtenstein “There is clearly a robust public interest in safeguarding prompt access to health care.” Judge James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C. has issued ...
gomag.com
7/15/2020 Column: Amid pandemic and peak unemployment, Trump still pushing Medicaid work requirement
... back story of this case is that the Medicaid work requirements have been rejected by every federal court that has reviewed them. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg overturned those in Arkansas, Kentucky and New Hampshire; Kentucky eventually dropped its rules after its tea party governor, Matt Bevin, lost a ...
arcamax.com
7/7/2020 ‘Monumental Victory’: Tribes and Climate Activists Celebrate Court-Ordered Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline
... and around the Standing Rock Indian Reservation-by environmentalists and Native Americans who live along the route . The Monday decision by D.C.-based District Judge James E. Boasberg comes after four years of litigation brought by the Standing Rock Sioux, Cheyenne River Sioux, and others against the U.S. Army Corps ...
blogspot.com
7/7/2020 ‘Monumental Victory’: Tribes and Climate Activists Celebrate Court-Ordered Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline
... Americans who live along the route. /p p The Monday a href="https://www.usatoday.com/documents/6981448-Memorandum-Opinion/" decision /a by D.C.-based District Judge James E. Boasberg comes after four years of litigation brought by the Standing Rock Sioux, Cheyenne River Sioux, and others against the U.S. Army Corps ...
citizentruth.org
7/6/2020 ‘Monumental victory’: Tribes and climate activists celebrate court-ordered shutdown of Dakota Access pipeline
... and around the Standing Rock Indian Reservation-by environmentalists and Native Americans who live along the route. The Monday decision by D.C.-based District Judge James E. Boasberg comes after four years of litigation brought by the Standing Rock Sioux, Cheyenne River Sioux, and others against the U.S. Army Corps ...
rawstory.com
7/6/2020 ‘Monumental Victory’: Tribes and Climate Activists Celebrate Court-Ordered Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline
... and around the Standing Rock Indian Reservation-by environmentalists and Native Americans who live along the route. The Monday decision by D.C.-based District Judge James E. Boasberg comes after four years of litigation brought by the Standing Rock Sioux, Cheyenne River Sioux, and others against the U.S. Army Corps ...
commondreams.org
7/6/2020 ‘Monumental Victory’: Tribes and Climate Activists Celebrate Court-Ordered Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline News
... and around the Standing Rock Indian Reservation-by environmentalists and Native Americans who live along the route. The Monday decision by D.C.-based District Judge James E. Boasberg comes after four years of litigation brought by the Standing Rock Sioux, Cheyenne River Sioux, and others against the U.S. Army Corps ...
commondreams.org
4/13/2020 Number of migrant family members detained by ICE plunges 39% in a week
The number of migrants held at three U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement family detention centers plummeted 39 percent from about 1,350 to 826 last week, a federal judge said during a court hearing Monday. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg of Washington, D.C., said he believed U.S. authorities “have been ...
The Washington Post
4/9/2020 U.S. judge orders ICE to say how many detained migrants are being released under expanded coronavirus medical reviews
U.S. immigration officials must disclose the number of releases they have granted or denied from detention centers in five southern states to migrants considered at higher risk of dying from coronavirus . The order from U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg came during a hearing Thursday - days after U.S. Immigration and ...
The Washington Post
4/6/2020 Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Some Pipeline Projects Push Forward While Others Falter Nationwide
... found that the project must undergo a full environmental review in a March 25 order, throwing the pipeline's legal status into question. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg, who issued that order, also asked attorneys involved in that dispute to submit briefs on whether DAPL should be shut down while ...
nakedcapitalism.com
4/6/2020 Amid COVID-19 pandemic, some pipeline projects push forward while others falter nationwide - NationofChange
... found that the project must undergo a full environmental review in a March 25 order, throwing the pipeline's legal status into question. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg, who issued that order, also asked attorneys involved in that dispute to submit briefs on whether DAPL should be shut down while ...
nationofchange.org
4/4/2020 Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Some Pipeline Projects Push Forward While Others Falter Nationwide
... found that the project must undergo a full environmental review in a March 25 order, throwing the pipeline's legal status into question. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg, who issued that order, also asked attorneys involved in that dispute to submit briefs on whether DAPL should be shut down while ...
desmogblog.com
4/4/2020 Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Some Pipeline Projects Push Forward While Others Falter Nationwide
... found that the project must undergo a full environmental review in a March 25 order, throwing the pipeline's legal status into question. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg, who issued that order, also asked attorneys involved in that dispute to submit briefs on whether DAPL should be shut down while ...
Wordpress.com
3/6/2020 Yahoo! News: World - China
... Justice Department and FBI officials under review for wiretapping former Trump-campaign adviser Carter Page from appearing before the Court.In a 19-page opinion, Judge James E. Boasberg ordered that "FBI personnel under disciplinary review in relation to their work on FISA applications accordingly should not participate in drafting, verifying ...
blogspot.com
3/6/2020 Yahoo! News: India Top Stories - Reuters
... Justice Department and FBI officials under review for wiretapping former Trump-campaign adviser Carter Page from appearing before the Court.In a 19-page opinion, Judge James E. Boasberg ordered that "FBI personnel under disciplinary review in relation to their work on FISA applications accordingly should not participate in drafting, verifying ...
blogspot.com
2/14/2020 Federal court strikes down Trump administration’s Medicaid work requirements
... health-care coverage to populations that otherwise could not afford it." The decision was unanimous and upheld the one originally made by U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg in March 2019 . “We are pleased with the DC. Circuit's decision today. It makes it clear that the administration cannot simply ignore ...
NBC News
12/10/2019 Medicaid Recipient Awareness Of Work Requirements: Importance And Challenges | Health Affairs
... Care, which contracted with the state to conduct recipient outreach. Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas were halted in March 2019 by US District Court Judge James E. Boasberg because CMS's approval of the policy failed to consider its impact on a core objective of Medicaid-the provision of health coverage ...
Health Affairs
7/30/2019 Judge Strikes Down New Hampshire’s Work Requirements
... same path as Kentucky's and Arkansas' did earlier this year, with a federal judge striking down the Section 1115 demonstration waiver earlier this week. Judge James E. Boasberg, who also penned the ruling striking down the 1115 waivers in Kentucky and Arkansas, said the New Hampshire proposal didn't meet key ...
HealthPayer Intelligence
7/30/2019 New Hampshire’s Medicaid Work Requirements Blocked By Same Judge Who Knocked Down Rules In Kentucky, Arkansas
full issue New Hampshire's Medicaid Work Requirements Blocked By Same Judge Who Knocked Down Rules In Kentucky, Arkansas U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg said "we have all seen this movie before" and criticized HHS Secretary Alex Azar for acknowledging the potential impact of the Medicaid work requirements without analyzing ...
Kaiser Health News