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Concillo De Salud Integral De Loiza, Inc. v. Perez-Perdomo, 09-2067

By FindLaw Staff on October 27, 2010 3:17 PM

Denial of Puerto Rican community health centers' request for an injunction to compel Secretary of Health to reimburse wraparound payments vacated

Concillo De Salud Integral De Loiza, Inc. v. Perez-Perdomo, 09-2067, concerned a challenge to the district court's denial of two Puerto Rican community health centers' request for an injunction requiring payment by Puerto Rico's Secretary of Health of Medicaid reimbursements that the two centers claimed to be due to them.

 

In vacating the order, the court remanded the matter in concluding that the court-ordered obligation continued throughout the "gap period" and the Secretary's Eleventh Amendment objection fails as to payments based upon the permanent injunctions.

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