By Chelsea Olivera On June 17, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by a 7-2 vote.[i] The Court declined to rule on the merits of the case but held that the challengers of the ACA, 18 state attorneys general, did not have standing.[ii] The ACA
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South Florida is no longer just a destination to escape snow-filled winters. With relaxed COVID-19 restrictions and favorable tax laws, New Yorkers and other northerners have flocked to South Florida, relocating their families and businesses. As Miami becomes ‘Wall Street South’ and an influx of tech moguls move to South Florida, restaurant operators are opening
In efforts to expand Florida’s telehealth services, Senator Ana Maria Rodriguez filed Florida Senate Bill 700 (“SB 700”) on January 21, 2021. Traditionally, the provision of telehealth services has been fairly limited across the nation; however, the COVID-19 pandemic led to an uptick in the use of telehealth services. This increase was mainly due to