Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan may have finally settled a historic autism lawsuit for $1 million this week, but it still has a big plaintiff on its back: a judge.

On Tuesday, a Detroit federal judge gave final approval to the insurance company’s $1 million settlement with more than 100 families seeking coverage for autism treatments. A separate, similar suit remains pending against the insurance giant — this one brought by Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Cheryl Matthews.

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