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[12/16] US v. Foreman
Defendant's social security benefits fraud conviction is affirmed where: 1) the district court properly admitted defendant's loan application and letter into evidence as business records under Fed. R. Evid. 803(6); and 2) even assuming, without deciding, that the government's questions on cross-examination were plainly improper, the errors were not so prejudicial as to affect the outcome of the trial.
[12/14] California Alliance of Child & Fam. Servs. v. Allenby
In an action challenging California's scheme of reimbursement to foster care homes, summary judgment for defendants is reversed where California was not in "substantial compliance" with the federal Child Welfare Act's (CWA) mandate that a participating state "cover the cost" of certain enumerated items for foster care group homes because it paid at a rate that was approximately 80 percent of actual 1986-1987 costs adjusted for inflation, and the CWA required California to pay in full.
[12/09] Golden Drugs Co., Inc. v. Maxwell-Jolly
In mandamus proceedings challenging the termination of petitioner's Medi-Cal provisional provider license by the director of the Department of Health Care Services, specifically disputing that it allowed a pharmacy technician to dispense medication without direct supervision and control of a pharmacist, denial of plaintiff's petition is affirmed where: 1) plaintiff failed to show a basis for consideration of extra-record evidence; 2) the agency's decision was not devoid of evidentiary support; 3) plaintiff forfeited its due process argument for failure to provide an adequate legal and factual analysis.
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