And he’ll be connecting with one of the leading ladies, so maybe he’ll be sticking around for longer?
Buckley will play Peter, a sweet, ordinary guy who is just passing through Bluebell, and he has a chance encounter with Lemon (Jaime King).
The debate over mandated benefit and anti-mandate legislation typically centers on consumer protection versus cost.Proponents contend that mandates are necessary to ensure comprehensive health care for consumers.Emergency medical care for the accidental ingestion or consumption of controlled drugs.Coverage is subject to a minimum of 30 days inpatient care and a maximum 0 for outpatient care per calendar year.Opponents argue that mandates drive up the cost of premiums, thus contributing to the growing number of uninsured.
Since 1987, 32 states have introduced legislation to study the financial effects of assessing new coverage requirements and evaluate current coverage mandates.
Last season, Lemon losing her queen bee status with the Belles caused some of her sass to disappear, so maybe Peter will bring back the season-one Lemon we all know and love.
A medical student who becomes a zombie joins a Coroner's Office in order to gain access to the brains she must reluctantly eat so that she can maintain her humanity.
Robert Buckley has been cast in an upcoming episode of the CW’s Hart of Dixie, we’ve exclusively learned.
Right now Buckley is only scheduled for one episode, but he’s so handsome, Hart of Dixie will have to keep him around for more, right?
Table 3 highlights 25 states that have enacted mandated benefit study requirements.