No Class Certification Required Where Medicaid Rule Struck Down
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The court denies class certification as an "unnecessary formality" after striking down a state Medicaid regulation, noting that the defendants had assured the court that they would apply a decision favorable to the named plaintiffs to all persons affected by the regulation. At 201: "Notwithstanding, to ensure that the Court's order is enforced state-wide, the parties should submit a stipulation to this effect." See: Carroll v. DeBuono, 998 F.Supp. 190 (N.D.N.Y. 1998).