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Finch v. Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority

Docket #SJC-11025
Date October 6, 2011
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JusticesIreland, C.J., Spina, Cordy, Gants, Duffly, Lenk, JJ.
Summary Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority. Alien. Constitutional law, Equal protection of laws, Judicial review.
Appealed FromSJC for Suffolk County, Justice Robert J. Cordy
BriefsSee selection available in PDF format at Supreme Judicial Court website
Counsel for Appellant
Finch:  Wendy Parmet, Lorianne Sainsbury-Wong
Counsel for Appellee
Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority:  Carl Valvo
Counsel for Intervener
Commonwealth:  Kenneth W. Salinger
Amici CuriaeMassachusetts Law Reform Institute; Health Care for All; Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition; Irish International Immigrant Center; Chinese Progressive Association; Chelsea Collaborative; Community Legal Aid, Inc.; Asian Pacific American Legal Center; Asian American Justice Center; Asian American Institute; Asian Law Caucus; Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum; National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum; National Health Law Program; American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts

OpinionClick to link to the slip opinion of the Supreme Judicial Court, in PDF format (requires Adobe Acrobat)

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