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HealthTrust's tax-free status still in limbo
The request was in response to a secret agreement reached in October and announced after — and in response to — a state Supreme Court ruling in January that upheld an August 2012 order that, in part, required PLT to return $17.1 million in subsidiaries provided by HealthTrust over the course of 12 years to prop up a money-losing workers’ compensation program.
“My guess is there will be an agreement, but nothing in this matter is predictable,” Andru Volinsky, an attorney for the BSR, said in an email to a reporter.
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