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Constitutional Law

 

a term used in legal and political writings to denote the branch of law that governs relations set down in the constitution or in legislative instruments promulgated for the observance of the constitution. In the USSR the term commonly used is state law.

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In the case of the county fixed-effects estimator shown in column (2), they imply that one additional CON law is associated with an increase in the mortality rate of just over 0.
Additionally, the CON law is narrowly focused on the interests of New Hampshire consumers--it does not encompass or consider the entire Northeast region, never mind the national and international market.
A legacy of the early 20th century, CON laws restrict economic opportunity and raise costs for products and services that consumers need.
This class got its origin in that Sandy and I were slated to teach state con law here at FSU," Roberts said.
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I regarded the problem as a rather interesting idea, quite aside from being a way to test such con law building-block basics (basics?
The key distinction between these two models is the presence of a binding bed constraint policy such as a CON law or a construction moratorium.
The exception was Montana, which was assigned a value of 0, since its CON law applies only to nursing homes.
Judicial tolerance of CON laws is a result of judges embracing the ''rational basis'' excuse for retreating from judging.
Some State regulations such as CON laws are likely to influence the growth in ASCs (Casalino et al.
Under this theory, large numbers of Medicaid reimbursed nursing home beds in states with CON laws (like New York State) impose a binding bed constraint within the market for nursing home care and create a lack of quality competition for Medicaid recipients.
This merger offers many synergies including the consolidation of overhead, coordination of mobile routes, entry for MedCath into two new regulated states with CON laws and significant new relationships with cardiology groups that offer acquisition and future project possibilities.