ALSO NOTED: Heathline raises $14M; Schwarzenegger won't oppose physician assisted suicide law; and much more...

> Search engine company Healthline, which won itself New York Times coverage earlier this week, is back in the news, announcing it has won $14 million in series A funding. The round was led by VantagePoint Venture Partners. Article

> More legal problems surface for ex-HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy as a grand jury hears testimony that he was involved in a scheme to help Alabama's then-governor win approval for the state's lottery. Article

> Following last week's Supreme Court ruling, physician-assisted suicide laws appear to be in the works in a number of states. In California, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said voters should decide what the state's policy will be. Article

> Problems emerge in former IDX CEO Rich Tarrant's campaign to become the Republican Senator from Vermont. It turns out his address is in Florida. Cynics may note that Florida has no state income tax. Article

> The Wall Street Journal looks at the way drug companies are mining electronic medical records for clues about the effectiveness of treatments for infants. Article (sub. req.)

> Businesses appear to like a lot of what they're hearing about President Bush's healthcare proposals. Article

> Inspired by the Sago tragedy, OxySure is marketing its charmingly-named Self Contained Self Rescuer (SCSR) to a new demographic: miners. Blog

> Highmark said it will work with Zix on its Pennsylvania e-prescribing pilot. Release

> In the highly unsurprising news story of the day category, the CDC says there are problems with the flu vaccine distribution system and pledges changes. Article

> A4 Health Systems approached at least three other potential suitors before agreeing to be acquired by AllScripts. Blog

> ATS Medical, a maker of cardiac surgery products, said it will buy Irvine-based 3F Therapeutics in a stock for stock deal. Article

And Finally... In Scotland, a furious debate erupts after officials place haggis on a list of restricted foods for nursery children. Mon, I told ye before, don't touch th' Haggis! Article