Pogemiller further explained that the office would seek legal redress during the next Legislative session scheduled to start next January. He said that he will work with both lawmakers and the governor to rewrite the law to better square with the needs and circumstances of the modern day academic and online education environment. He said that Pogemiller willingness to confront the issue head on and to seek a solution that would recognize the higher education landscape has been irrevocably changed by the online revolution was an admirable and forward thinking move..
Sutter hospital officials said in response that they don?t believe anyone contracted a communicable disease from colonoscopies conducted at the Auburn medical facility.Kathleen Tobin, 52, of Grass Valley states in her lawsuit filed Wednesday in Placer County Superior Court that she had a colonoscopy in October 2001 at the Auburn hospital and was diagnosed with hepatitis C a year later.Sutter officials suggested in December that about 750 patients who underwent colonoscopies return for blood tests because of concerns they could have been exposed to communicable diseases because of inadequately sterilized equipment.According to the product liability lawsuit filed by Tobin?s attorney, new endoscopes had a water channel located in a different area than older models and manufacturer Olympus American of New York failed to provide instructions on proper cleaning.Endoscopes were contaminated as a result and could transmit communicable diseases including AIDS and Hepatitis B and C, the suit states. Sutter Auburn Faith used the equipment from June 2001 to November 2002, the suit states.Tobin was among the 750 people the hospital contacted in December to suggest they get lab tests for any diseases, the suit states. Sutter had said the risk was ?extremely minimal.?The Grass Valley resident contacted the hospital to say she had already been diagnosed with hepatitis and a Dec.
Royce West, D Dallas; state Rep. Senfronia Thompson, D Houston; and state Rep. Sylvester Turner, D Houston. I’m proud to say my work so far as a Board member of the Huntsville Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame has been rewarding as I’m learning the process of the organization that I was inducted into in 2014. I’m humbled to be among such a group of local athletes who have so much rich history in local athletics it’s difficult to hear all of their stories of years gone by. There are so many of them and all deserve to be heard..