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HHS LACKS POWER TO MAKE ORGAN ALLOCATION RULE, WIS. CONTENDS Wisconsin v. HHS

7 No. 9 ANHLLR 13Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

HHS LACKS POWER TO MAKE ORGAN ALLOCATION RULE, WIS. CONTENDS Wisconsin v. HHS

7 No. 9 ANHLLR 13Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

7 No. 9 Andrews Health L. Litig. Rep. 13
Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter
April, 2000
Organs
Copyright (c) 2000 Andrews Publications

HHS LACKS POWER TO MAKE ORGAN ALLOCATION RULE, WIS. CONTENDS

Wisconsin v. HHS

The state of Wisconsin and two of its hospitals have filed a lawsuit against HHS Secretary Donna Shalala, alleging that she lacks authority under the National Organ Transplant Act to implement a new rule governing organ allocation. State of Wisconsin...
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