Taylor v. Commissioner of Social Security Administration
|Commissioner of Social Security Administration
|February 16, 2014
|US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
|James S. Gwin
|George J. Limbert
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|42 U.S.C. § 405
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|October 15, 2014
Memorandum and Opinion/B>: The decision of the Administrative Law Judge is affirmed; substantial evidence supports the finding of the Administrative Law Judge that plaintiff retained the residual functional capacity to perform a significant num ber of sedentary jobs, despite her impairments; therefore, plaintiff was not disabled, and she is not entitled to disability insurance benefits and supplemental security income (Related document 1 ). Signed by Magistrate Judge George J. Limbert on 10/15/14. (S,AA)
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