with good faith

See: faithfully
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Levandusky further cautions that the board of a cooperative in its governance carries the potential for abuse when a board singles out a person for harmful treatment or engages in unlawful discrimination, vendetta, arbitrary decision making or favoritism which can be determined to be abuses and are incompatible with good faith and the exercise of honest judgment.
The physicians would earn an extra salary to work with Good Faith and would bill Medicare on their own and reimburse the hospital from Medicare payments.
It is our sincere hope that CNA will call off its announced strike, stay at the bargaining table and work toward a new contract with good faith on both sides," he said.