Category: Advocacy

Doctor Murdered

South Carolina has a lot of gun violence. The New York Times reported that a gunmen shot and killed five people at home last week. The sheriff’s office on Twitter identified four of the people killed as Dr. Robert Lesslie, his wife, Barbara, and two of their grandchildren. The fifth person who was fatally shot, James

Oversight of Private Equity

Ways and Means Committee The Ways and Means Committee had an incredible hearing about private equity ownership in the nursing home industry. The hearing, “Examining Private Equity’s Expanded Role in the U.S. Health Care System” included witnesses calling for transparency and regulatory oversight of the private-equity investors. New York University assistant finance professor Sabrina Howell testified

Georgia Allows Cameras

Safety v. Privacy? Jack Greiner is managing partner of Graydon law firm in Cincinnati. He represents Enquirer Media in First Amendment and media issues. He wrote a great article for the Cincinnati Enquirer about a recent Georgia case involving neglect at a SavaSeniorCare facility. The case weighs the safety and well-being of a nursing home

No Joke

Is Matt Gaetz a sexual predator? The Trump Justice Department initiated an investigation into Gaetz.  He is a Republican representing Florida. The investigation focuses on possible sex trafficking.  Gaetz is a QAnon supporter and conspiracy nut. Evidence shows he had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. Gaetz is almost 40 years old. However, he

Stem Cells

Fox News reported that stem cells from umbilical cords offered coronavirus patients a safe treatment. Stem cells improved survival rates and recovery. Experts want to do more research including large clinical trials to conclude efficacy. Researchers from the University of Miami published early findings in the Stem Cells Translational Medicine journal. One suggested function of these cells is

Must Watch T.V.

South Carolina should be proud today. U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Gergel published Unexampled Courage: The Blinding of Sergeant Isaac Woodard and the Awakening of President Harry S. Truman and Judge J. Waties Waring. His book is a fantastic read. The issues raised echo the front pages of today. The book begins with the tragic story

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