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Social Security ALJ’s opinion lacked reasoning (access required)

An applicant for supplemental security income will get another chance to convince an administrative law judge that she is entitled to benefits after the court held the ALJ’s initial opinion did not adequately explain her reasoning, including how the applicant’s mental limitations affected her ability to hold a job. Background On Oct. 30, 2012, Nikki T. Thomas ...