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Johns Hopkins to establish $15 minimum wage (access required)

Both Johns Hopkins University and Health System will establish a $15 minimum wage, affecting 6,000 employees in Maryland, the institution announced Thursday. The change will take effect on July 1 for university employees and on the first day of 2022 for health ...

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Appeals court overturns $205M verdict against Hopkins (access required)

A Maryland appeals court Monday overturned a $205.38 million birth injury verdict against Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, saying the mother disregarded medical advice that her child be delivered via cesarean section rather than by induced vaginal delivery due to ...

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Hopkins makes more neighborhoods eligible for homebuying assistance (access required)

Johns Hopkins University and Medicine will expand the number of neighborhoods participating in its Live Near Your Work program, creating a contiguous area stretching from the university’s Homewood campus in the west to the Bayview medical campus in southeast Baltimore. ...

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Jury awards $229 million in Hopkins birth injury case (access required)

A Baltimore city jury awarded more than $229 million in a birth injury malpractice case against Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Inc. Monday. The award, which includes $200 million in future medical expenses, $3.6 million in past medical expenses and ...

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Hopkins professors urge justices to hear generic drugs appeal (access required)

Two Johns Hopkins medical school professors are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a Maryland law aimed at preventing unwarranted price increases for generic drugs, calling access to affordable pharmaceuticals “a crucial issue for the public health.” In papers ...

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Appeals court hears Johns Hopkins black lung lawsuit (access required)

A federal appeals court heard arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by the families of coal miners who were denied benefits for black lung disease after a Johns Hopkins doctor insisted their X-rays did not show the disease.

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