On June 5, 2012, a lawsuit was filed in federal court in Virginia challenging the constitutionality of Virginia’s certificate of need (“CON”) law. This is the second recent lawsuit of its type challenging the constitutionality of state CON laws, and suggests an increased willingness of health care providers to challenge state CON laws following the relative success of the plaintiffs in the case of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital v. Washington State Department of Health.
- The Ohio Department of Commerce Proposes “Factsheet” in Advance of Publishing Draft Cultivator Rules
- The Hazy Rollout of Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Control Program (MMCP)
- Senators Introduce the CREATES Act
- New OIG Exclusion Guidance
- Analysis of Ohioans for Medical Marijuana’s Proposed Ballot Initiative
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