Some students headed for college this fall will get top-drawer health coverage at little or no cost, because Medicaid will pay the premium for the college's student health plan. Proponents say it gives students who are eligible for coverage under Medicaid, the state-federal health insurance program for low income people, access to a wider network of providers at the local, national and even international level. That can be an important consideration for many students who travel for internships and international study or who return to homes away from school during the summer.
This is a pretty clear violation of the association provision of the ADA. Murphy November 28, at Princess Consuela Banana Hammock November 28, at I guess the other option would be to escalate to HR or up the chain to whoever runs the green initiative.
Jesca November 28, at But this is like when people get so focused on a vision of some kind, that they lose all scope of the vision in the first place.
They are putting their vision over human decency. I would probably myself go with the first two options on this, but my anger may pop out either way.
You are asking me to remove the only viable transportation option for disabled people. It may help to politely more so than what I said lol point out that little fact — without sounding like the veiled threat it is. At the end of the day, my job is my job. My car makes my life easier in s of different ways.
I could theoretically take public transportation to work along with walking a couple miles. No matter how green it is. It would turn my 15 minute commute into an hour and a half commute each day.
I know that is reality for some people.
If my job insisted on this, I would tell them that giving up my car was not an option for me. If they continued pressing, well, honestly I would rather find another job than give up my car. And really, what are they going to do?
My car gets about 35 mpg. I use reusable shopping bags. I shop local as much as I am able to. I make sure not to waste energy or water at home, and I use a green energy provider.
Badgering people to give up their transportation is not cool. November 29, at 9: Best wishes to the OP. LCL You could point out, not in a snarky way, that since you are maintaining a combined household with two people that need assistance that you are greener than most people anyway.
Another person I love this answer.
Maybe then they would lay off.The federal public defender's office has asked for the release of 67 inmates from a Kansas federal prison and plans to seek freedom for more than others because authorities secretly recorded conversations between prisoners and their attorneys that are supposed to be private.
Social Security history. History Home: This is an archival or historical document and may not reflect current policies or procedures. Home > Medicaid > North Carolina. North Carolina and the ACA’s Medicaid expansion Proposed waiver allows for Medicaid expansion, with a work requirement, if legislature approves "Carolina Cares" expansion.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CNS) -- Democrats are pushing Medicaid expansion as one of the key issues in the election. They say Governor Rick Scott’s decision not to accept federal money to expand the program has hurt Florida’s poor .
The midterms are over, and the Democrats won back the U.S. House, so the ACA is (mostly) safe at last, right? Well maybe. In addition to the ongoing regulatory sabotage by the Trump Administration to undermine, weaken and generally piss all over the law as much as possible, there's also still a little thing called Texas vs.
Azar, aka the #TexasFoldEm federal lawsuit. [Byron York: Mueller reveals tenuous link between Manafort charges and Trump] Court documents filed in April show that Mueller's team was pushing to subpoena 35 witnesses in the trial.
Then in May.