Government's reply attempts to offer more justification for why the court should extend time to file brief opposing mandamus remedies proposals from AHA, Hospitals

July 12, 2018 - Reply in Support of opposed Motion for Extension of Time to File Response to Plaintiffs' Proposed Mandamus Remedies

Defendant Alex M. Azar, in his official capacity as Secretary of Health and Human Services (“HHS”), respectfully submits this Reply in support of Defendant’s opposed motion to extend his time to respond to Plaintiffs’ proposed non-deadline remedies for the Medicare appeals backlog. See ECF. No. 83. In further support of that motion, Defendant states as follows.

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