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November 30, 2023
The Pennsylvania Health Law Project has published the November 30, 2023 edition of PHLP Health Law News. You can subscribe to receive the PHLP Health Law News on the PHLP website at
November 28, 2023
Department of Human Services Secretary Dr. Val Arkoosh has announced that Pennsylvania’s Medicaid (also known as Medical Assistance) and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) payment error rates are well below the national average and among the lowest in the country.
November 20, 2023
Attorney General Michelle A. Henry announced a settlement agreement with central Pennsylvania-based Inch & Company Property Management, LLC over alleged violations of the Federal Consumer Review Fairness Act and Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law. The settlement
November 17, 2023
Helping Veterans and their families stay in their homes is a top priority at the Veterans Administration (VA). Over the past year, the VA has been able to help more than 145,000 Veterans and their families retain their homes and avoid foreclosure. Even in the dynamic housing market of the last
November 17, 2023
Philadelphia Legal Assistance to receive grant to develop Student Loan Debt website The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) announced today that it is awarding 33 Technology Initiative Grants (TIG) totaling $5.1 million. The TIG program supports civil legal aid organizations in leveraging technology to
November 16, 2023
On November 14, 2023, the Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project (PILP) filed a lawsuit against Warden Craig Lowe and other staff at the Pike County Correctional Facility (PCCF) on behalf of Damion Davis, who was subjected to excessive force, racist abuse, and retaliation in December 2021, when he
November 15, 2023
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) is alerting consumers that many utilities are adjusting their energy supply prices this fall – including all PUC regulated electric utilities on December 1st – and reminding households to understand those changes, explore options to manage winter
November 14, 2023
Attorney General Michelle Henry announced her office filed a lawsuit against A.R. Building Company, Inc. over the Butler County-based landlord’s alleged unlawful leasing and debt collection practices. A.R. Building owns 20 apartment complexes in Pennsylvania. The lawsuit alleges that A.R. Building

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