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15-2390 - Nancy Thomas v. Carolyn Colvin

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15-2390 - Nancy Thomas v. Carolyn Colvin
June 22, 2016
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Filed opinion of the court PER CURIAM. Because the ALJ’s omission of fibromyalgia from Thomas’s medically determinable impairments and his conclusion that she has no severe impairments are not supported by substantial evidence, we REVERSE the judgment of the district court upholding the Commissioner’s decision to deny benefits to Thomas and REMAND for further proceedings consistent with this opinion. Thomas requests that this court direct a finding of disability, but we agree with the Commissioner that this is inappropriate because the ALJ ended his inquiry at Step 2, and, as a result, not all of the factual issues in this case have been resolved. See Allord v. Astrue, 631 F.3d 411, 415 (7th Cir. 2011). Diane P. Wood, Chief Judge; William J. Bauer, Circuit Judge and Michael S. Kanne, Circuit Judge. [6760724-1] [6760724] [15-2390]