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February 12, 2008



From the linked article:

"[B]ut [the proposed law] would allow nursing homes to require that new patients sign an arbitration agreement before entering the facility."

Let's see here. If every nursing home in the state CAN do that, every nursing home in the state WILL do that. Under those circumstances, calling it an arbitration "agreement" is dissembling at its most ham-fistedly ugly, and is about a quarter of a bubble off from outright fraud.

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