I’ve been out of commission for the last month and a half with the 45 day Utah state legislative session.  My first session as a member of the House of Representatives was very interesting.   It reminded me of law school: trying to get a drink out of a fire hydrant.  But I'm going to stay away from politics, at least on this blog. 

I did have one success in an opinion issued from the Utah Supreme Court shortly after the session began and that I’m just getting around to commenting on.  Mellor v. Wasatch Crest, 2009 UT 5,  involves a fight about coordination of benefits between a health insurer and Medicaid for expenses arising out of a tragic near drowning of Chris Ann Mellor's young son, Hayden Williams.  More on that in the next post. 

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