Yearwood v. Social Security Administration
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|December 4, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Pending before the Court is Plaintiff Melissa Yearwood's Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record ("Motion") (Doc. No. 12 ), filed with a Brief in Support (Doc. No. 12-1). Defendant Commissioner of Social Security filed a Response. (Doc. No. 19.) Subsequently, Magistrate Judge Bryant issued a Report and Recommendation ("Report") recommending that the Motion be denied and the decision of the Commissioner be affirmed. (Doc. No. 23 at 33.) The Report was issued on August 29, 2013, and provided a period of fourteen days in which either party could file an objection. (Id at 33-34.) Neither party has filed an objection to date. Upon review of this matter, the Cour t finds the Report to be well-founded and ADOPTS it in its entirety. Accordingly, the Court hereby DENIES Plaintiffs Motion. The decision of the Commissioner is AFFIRMED and the Clerk of the Court is DIRECTED to close the case. The Commissioner's Motion to Stay Because of Lapse of Appropriations (Doc. No. 24) is hereby TERMINATED AS MOOT. It is so ORDERED. Signed by Senior Judge John T. Nixon on 12/4/2013. (eh)
|August 29, 2013
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: The undersigned recommends that Plaintiff's Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record be DENIED, and that the decision of the Commissioner be AFFIRMED. Signed by Magistrate Judge E. Clifton Knowles on 8/29/2013. (DOCKET TEXT SUMMARY ONLY-ATTORNEYS MUST OPEN THE PDF AND READ THE ORDER.)(eh)
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