Jackson Jambalaya reports that the Governor has issued a new executive order canceling the order requiring BCBS to reinstate the hospitals. He reports that BCBS announces it is “pleased.”
And now we’ll never know how the action before Judge Wingate would turn out.
The NY Times has a wonderful story to illustrate how a lot of folks in the Mississippi River Valley became Cardinals fans: The reporter takes off from St. Louis just before the start of a World Series game there, to see if he can outdrive the stations signal before the game ends. By game […]
Update: Jeff Amy of the AP points out in comments that Judge Wingate made a bench ruling not reflected on the Pacer docket. His story spelled this out (and I should have caught it): “U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate read a temporary restraining order from the bench saying Bryant didn’t provide enough proof […]
This appeared about 5 on the district court docket. I have added emphasis in the key passage..
Minute Entry for proceedings held before District Judge Henry T. Wingate. APPEARANCES: D. Kaufman and C. Green, counsel for plaintiff; H. Pizzetta (via telephone) and J. Wilson, counsel for defendant; J. Corlew, counsel for intervenor. Evidentiary Hearing […]
BCBS has two arguments that seem real to me: The governor is violating their property rights by telling them they can’t invoke contract rights (to terminate), which is a due process violation; and that the governor is violating their rights to procedural due process by ignoring the whole procedural framework the statute has.
Not often. The last time we scored 59 or more against a team that wasn’t Louisana-Monroe (who we beat 59-0 in 2008 and 59-14 in 2003) was 1994 against Southern Ill.
1980 Memphis St. 61-7
1979 Vandy 63-28
1969 Southern 69-7 (paid for that one the next year, perhaps?). This was the […]
The Cardinals have been owed a weird umpire call at least since game 6 of the 1985 World Series, right? (And, sorry Red Sox fans, the way the third baseman kicked up his legs was obstruction. See below).
Here’s the rule and comment:
OBSTRUCTION is the act of a fielder who, while not in […]
Kingfish has the pleadings filed by the insurance commissioner and the attorney general, and notes that after a three hour hearing, Judge Wingate announced he would rule Monday.
… I am struck by how convincingly they make the point that this is really just a dispute about state law and what powers the state […]
“[It] was his way of cooking the squirrels which gained him such popularity and eclat with the ladies,” from a description of James Matthews, inventor of the Brunswick stew, quoted in Robert Moss’s Barbecue: The History of an American Institution.