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A Tennessee Hospital Sues Its Own Employees When They Can't Pay Their Medical Bills

A nonprofit hospital network in Memphis has taken its own workers to court over unpaid medical bills. Some of them earn as little as $12.25 an hour but still see their wages garnished.

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A Tennessee Hospital Sues Its Own Employees When They Can't Pay Their Medical Bills

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