In the summer of 2014, the Texas Supreme Court handed down a decision that has caused quite a bit of controversy. It’s a new ruling that could bring bad policy to a number of other states, including here in South Carolina. The decision, Ritchie v. Rupe, 443 S.W.3d... read more
We know noncompete agreements are prohibitive, but a new study suggest it doesn’t just hurt an employee’s ability to find meaningful work. South Carolina and other states are losing prized researchers, scientists, inventors, and maybe even sandwich makers, to states... read more
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently revamped its rating system for nursing homes. The result: About one-third of all facilities received lower ratings. It’s time we raise the standards for nursing homes across the country. The change in the rating... read more
A growing trend in nursing homes has many families worried about their financial futures. Nursing home chains have begun suing for legal guardianship of patients in order to seize control of their assets. While their actions are presented as necessary for patients who... read more
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