State Supreme Courts in Kentucky and Louisiana rule opposing viewpoints on the important question: Who gets to decide where I pick up my prescription?
This July, in Burgess v. Sewage and Water Board of New Orleans, Louisiana ruled that the employer (and in this case, the dubious agency, Sewage and Water Board) gets to make that call, not the injured worker.
Unlike the Kentucky case (involving Injured Workers' Pharmacy, a mail order pharmacy, and injured workers of the state), the State Supreme Court ruled that the injured workers will have the choice of where to have their prescription filled.
Louisiana's injured workers may be paying the price once again (literally) for shady legislation . . .