Government Intervention the pursuit of happiness and why a Utah nurse settles case for $500,000

In a case that made national news involving a Utah nurse that was arrested from blocking police authorities from withdrawing blood from a victim in an accident without a warrant, Alex Wubbles, the nurse that was seized and arrested has decided to settle the matter for $500,000. Ms. Wubbles explained that the reason for the settlement was that she could heal and move on without any further legal intervention. Ms. Wubbles said some of the proceeds of the settlement would go to funds to help with body footage camera and legal aid in a press conference outside the Salt Lake County library. Salt Lake County will pay $250,000 and University of Utah will pay $250,000 which settles all claims agains

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