Attorney General Josh Shapiro UPMC Says It Will Accept Highmark Insurance At Hillman Cancer Center By Sarah Boden • Jun 6, 2019 UPMC announced Thursday that the Hillman Cancer Center would accept all insurers, including Highmark commercial and Medicare Advantage plans. Federal Judge Tosses UPMC's Lawsuit Against PA Attorney General By Sarah Boden • Apr 25, 2019 Gene J. Puskar / AP U.S. District Court Judge John E. Jones has dismissed a federal lawsuit that UPMC filed against Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro. PA Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Appeal Regarding Highmark, UPMC Consent Decree By Sarah Boden • Apr 16, 2019 Google Maps The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next month regarding whether to extend the expiration date of a consent decree between Pittsburgh-area health care rivals UPMC and Highmark. UPMC Workers Say Debt To Their Employer An Example Of Hospital System Exploiting Tax-Exempt Status By Sarah Boden • Apr 15, 2019 Liz Reid / 90.5 WESA A coalition of UPMC employees and activists hand delivered a letter to the Pittsburgh office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General on Monday morning, Tax Day. PA Attorney General Appeals To State's High Court, Argues UPMC Is Abusing Tax-Exempt Status By Sarah Boden • Apr 9, 2019 GOOGLEMAPS Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is asking the state Supreme Court to extend in-network access for Highmark-insured patients at UPMC facilities beyond June 30. Judge Rules He Can't Extend Consent Decree Between UPMC, Highmark By Sarah Boden • Apr 3, 2019 KEITH SRAKOCIC / AP The Commonwealth Court has ruled that it cannot extend the consent decree between UPMC and Highmark. UPMC Strikes Back At Shapiro, Counter Suit Calls AG's Actions 'Unlawful And Unconstitutional' By Sarah Boden • Feb 22, 2019 Keith Srakocic / AP Western Pennsylvania’s largest health care company is suing Pennsylvania’s attorney general in U.S. District Court. Pennsylvania May Sue If It Loses Funds To Border Wall By Associated Press • Feb 19, 2019 Sarah Kovash / 90.5 WESA Pennsylvania's attorney general says he's concerned about the legality of President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and could sue if Pennsylvania loses federal funds because of it.