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RICHARDSON V. WRIGHT, 405 U. S. 208 (1972)

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Richardson v. Wright, 405 U.S. 208 (1972)

Richardson v. Wright

No. 70-161

Argued January 13, 1972

Decided February 24, 1972*

405 U.S. 208


In light of the adoption of new regulations providing that a recipient of disability benefit payments pursuant to § 225 of the Social Security Act be given notice of a proposed suspension of payments and the reasons therefor, plus an opportunity to submit rebuttal evidence, the judgment is vacated to permit reprocessing, under the new regulations, of the disputed determinations.

321 F.Supp. 383, vacated and remanded.

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