Court lets state keep TennCare files
The Tennessean, June 30, 2008
A federal appeals court has rejected an advocacy group's attempt to get U.S. marshals to seize dozens of Tennessee officials' home computers, including Gov. Phil Bredesen's. The Tennessee Justice Center was trying to get the computer records to garner evidence that the state is failing to provide adequate healthcare for the 640,000 children on TennCare, the state's healthcare program for the poor and disabled.
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