On Friday, the family of Jahi McMath filed its opposition to the demurrers of the medical provider defendants. In its brief, the family states two remarkable things:
1. “Plaintiffs allege, and will present proof of changes and developments which show that Jahi’s condition is one in which Jahi has brain function and is indeed a living person.”
2. “To this date, Jahi continues to receive 24/7 nursing care in New Jersey, pursuant to her eligibility in that state for participation in the New Jersey Medicaid Program.”
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