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Heather N. Mccoy, Attorney at Law

Heather Mccoy has a law practice in Sevierville (TN)
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528 Grace Ave, Sevierville, TN 37862
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  • Tennessee (TN) 2005
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    Sevier: Sevierville
    Legal News
    Health Care Reform Update - Week of June 17th, 2013
    The National Law Review On June 9th, Senators Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Lamar Alexander (R-TN) sent a letter to colleagues urging them to support a vote on the Senate floor of legislation that would improve oversight regarding drug compounding facilities. On June 11th, Senator ... more »
    Meet the GOP's quack caucus
    Salon Later, the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners found DesJarlais had slept with two female patients in violation of a state law that prohibits “unprofessional conduct.” He was forced to pay a small fine. (He also slept with three co-workers.) Or Rep ... more »
    Study: Teacher Prep Programs Get Failing Marks
    MTPR The damage to K-12 education, says Walsh, is enormous, and she is on a mission to expose what she calls "widespread malpractice" in the field of teacher education. ... After all, says Knight, nobody has ever complained about East Tennessee's graduates. more »
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