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An appellate court in California has affirmed a trial court’s decision decertifying a class of about 120,000 uninsured patients who alleged that they had been charged more than insured or Medicare-covered patients, finding that the class was “not reasonably ascertainable” and that the class “lacked predominantly common issues.”

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