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Harris v. Quinn Petition

Harris v. Quinn Petition

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The petition to the US Supreme Court
The petition to the US Supreme Court

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Published by: jon_ortiz on Jan 23, 2014
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No. 11-____
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Supreme ourt of the United States
———— P
 AMELA
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et al.,
 Petitioners,
 v. P
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, in His Official Capacity as Governor of the State of Illinois et al.,
 Respondents
. ————
On Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
————
PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI
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29 November 2011 W
ILLIAM
L.
 
M
ESSENGER
 
Counsel of Record
c/o
 
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. 8001 Braddock Road Suite 600 Springfield, VA 22160 (703) 321-8510 wlm@nrtw.org
Counsel for Petitioners
 
 
(i)
QUESTIONS PRESENTED
1. May a State, consistent with the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution, compel personal care providers to accept and financially support a private organization as their exclusive representative to petition the State for greater reimbursements from its Medicaid programs? 2. Did the lower court err in holding that the claims of providers in the Home Based Support Services Program are not ripe for judicial review?
 
ii
PARTIES TO THE PROCEEDINGS BELOW
The parties to the proceedings before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit were Plaintiffs-Appellants Pamela Harris, Ellen Bronfeld, Carole Gulo, Michelle Harris, Wendy Partridge, Theresa Riffey, Stephanie Yencer-Price, Susan Watts, and Patricia Withers and Defendants-Appellees Pat Quinn, in his official capacity as governor of the State of Illinois, SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana, SEIU Local 73, and AFSCME Council 31.
CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
Because no Petitioner is a corporation, a corporate disclosure statement is not required under Supreme Court Rule 29.6.

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