In a move that should give plaintiffs pursuing claims underthe state’s Whistleblower Law cause to rejoice, the state SuperiorCourt has said any entity that receives public funding can be suedunder the statute.

The statement came in a case of first impression, in which thecourt ruled that entities which receive Medicaid funding are “publicbodies” under the law’s definition.

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