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Topic - I. Glenn Cohen
A federal judge has rejected a Michigan company's urgent plea for protection from the contraception mandate in President Obama's health-care law, noting that a corporation's rights are not always the same as an individual's.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer shocked many observers this month by opting to expand the Medicaid program in her state as part of President Obama's health care law, saying it was a good economic deal, even as her Republican counterparts in states like Georgia flatly rejected the option.
"I think, if anything, this means they will be more prepared for the next dates since the consequences of another failure would be very bad for PR purposes," said I. Glenn Cohen, a health policy specialist at Harvard Law School.
I. Glenn Cohen, a health policy analyst at Harvard Law School who used to work at the Justice Department, said before the appeal was announced that the decision would likely be a close call.