Tag Archives: Choices

Compassion & Choices Year-End Video 2018: Resilience + Resolve = Results

Here is the 2018 Year-End Video from Compassion & Choices. Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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Of Silent Sam, Legal Mandates, and Political Choices

              You may have seen that the Board of Trustees of UNC Chapel Hill is proposing to keep our toppled Confederate soldier, Silent Sam, on the UNC Chapel Hill campus, in a new, $5.3 million “education center” that will document … Continue reading

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TIPS FOR SERVING AS AN HOA BOARD MEMBER: HOW TO ENSURE YOU ARE MAKING GOOD CHOICES AND MEETING THE HOA BOARD ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.

Congratulations, you were just elected to your homeowner association’s board of directors! This likely means one of two things: (1) the members of your HOA trust that you and several other volunteer board members can manage the HOA’s large budget … Continue reading

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Missouri Voters Face Complicated Choices on Medical Marijuana Taxes

Medical marijuana is currently legal in 31 states. By next year, their ranks are expected to grow—and Missouri is likely to be counted among them. Prior polling shows that a solid majority of Missourians support legalizing marijuana for medical use, … Continue reading

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Patients with Capacity Can Make Unsafe Choices

A few days ago, the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine issued an opinion clarifying the implications of patient capacity. When first admitted to Eastern Maine Medical Center, Randy Oliver was drunk and delusional. Since he was incapacitated, a guardian was … Continue reading

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