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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Canadian Valley Regional Hospital
An Oklahoma hospital that failed to build a women's health center in honor of Garth Brooks' late mother must pay the country singer $1 million, a jury has ruled.
Garth Brooks has won his lawsuit against an Oklahoma hospital that failed to build a women's health center in honor of his late mother.
An Oklahoma hospital in Garth Brooks' hometown must pay $1 million to the country singer because it failed to build a women's health center in honor of his late mother, jurors ruled Tuesday evening.
Garth Brooks' lawyer told jurors Tuesday that the country singer kept his promise by donating $500,000 to his hometown hospital, but that the Oklahoma hospital broke its pledge to honor Brooks' late mother by building a women's health center.
Garth Brooks says an Oklahoma hospital pledged to name a women's center for his late mother in return for $500,000, but a deposition unveiled Monday showed that, after filing a lawsuit, the country singer couldn't remember what he had been promised.
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An Oklahoma hospital executive discussed country singer Garth Brooks' request that the facility return a $500,000 donation in an email to staff members in March 2009, according to trial testimony Thursday.
Country singer Garth Brooks told jurors Friday that he believed he had a "done deal" to honor his late mother with a women's health center in his Oklahoma hometown, and said he still doesn't understand how he received nothing for a $500,000 gift.
An Oklahoma hospital executive says country singer Garth Brooks considered giving $15 million to his facility if it would name itself after his late mother.
An Oklahoma hospital executive discussed country singer Garth Brooks asking for a $500,000 donation back in an email to staff members.
Lawyers for country singer Garth Brooks told jurors Wednesday that a hospital's internal documents back his claim that a $500,000 donation was intended for a women's center to be named after his late mother.
Lawyers for country singer Garth Brooks say a hospital's internal documents back his claim that a $500,000 donation was intended for a women's center to be named after his late mother.
Lawyers for Garth Brooks and an Oklahoma hospital clashed Wednesday over whether the facility promised to name a women's center in honor of the country star's late mother after he made a $500,000 donation.
Garth Brooks appeared before a friendly crowd Tuesday _ the jurors who will hear his claim that an Oklahoma hospital refused to name a building for his late mother after he gave it $500,000.
Country music star Garth Brooks is suing an Oklahoma hospital that he says reneged on a promise to name a building after his late mother in exchange for a $500,000 donation.