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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

In re Natalya C.

... notes from February 9, 2004, a counselor indicated that "[Stephanie] reports that she has very little motivation to do anything due to her depression." Later in the session, the counselor recorded: "[patient] appears to be depressed and in need of mental health care, which she ...

IN RE KENT COUNTY WATER AUTH. CHANGE RATE

... be penalized because its work force was not unionized. The petitioner contended that it would be unfair to require its employees to pay for health care at the same time the employee salary increase was limited to 3.2 percent. ...

PWSB'S APPLICATION TO CHANGE RATE SCHEDULES

... the reimbursement for the retirees' healthcare costs. It is important to note, however, that in its final report the PUC declared that this was the PWSB's fourth rate filing since 2000, but was the first time the city sought reimbursement for retiree health-care costs, notwithstanding that ...