California Healthline: Judge Delays Duals Injunction Decision

A California Superior Court hearing last week in Sacramento — to determine whether or not to issue an injunction to stop the state’s duals demonstration project — came to a quick end, before it even really started.

“I don’t feel entirely comfortable issuing a ruling today,” said Superior Court judge Shelleyanne Chang at the opening of the July 10 hearing. “I know this is an important issue and, quite frankly, I can’t say I’ve read every page of this testimony, and I want to give it the attention it deserves.”

A new hearing for the lawsuit — and likely a decision on an injunction — has been set for Aug. 1.

There was a lot of written testimony, and some of it was given to the judge an hour before the hearing, according to Rocky Delgadillo, CEO of the Los Angeles County Medical Association, one of the litigants in the lawsuit.

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