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Schools Consider Whether To Accept Major Advertising
WFMY News 2October 1, 2011

Whatever the case may be Guilford County wants to have some kind of policy in place. They hope to take next several months to come up with a policy. Davidson County Schools does not have a policy that allows major outside advertising. ...more »

US Federal Contractor Registration Helps Contractors Find FEMA Contracts
DigitalJournal.com (press release)October 1, 2011

Doing so can result in being awarded a contract on the spot. In order to be considered eligible for any federal contracts, vendors must have a DUNS number and have completed their CCR registration and ORCA. For FEMA contracts, businesses must also ...more »

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Bad Faith Insurance
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Closing SF health care loophole debate heats up
San Francisco ChronicleOctober 1, 2011

A proposal to close a loophole in the San Francisco law mandating employers provide some funding for workers' health care costs now has the backing of a Board of Supervisors' majority and an all-but promised veto by Mayor Ed Lee. ...more »

Hipaa Compliance
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Four scenarios for the health care law in 2012
The Virginian-PilotOctober 9, 2011

But the health reform law could be stuck in even more of a stalemate than it is now. Congress still has to provide funding to carry out parts of the law, and if Republicans are able to use both the House and the Senate to withhold funds — not just the ...more »

Elder Care Abuse
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Barlett & Steele winner Michael J. Berens: Ask for forms, manuals upfront
Reynolds CenterOctober 11, 2011

Nursing homes normally get all the scrutiny when it comes to elder care. But last year, Michael J. Berens of The Seattle Times showed that abuse isn't isolated to nursing homes. His series on adult family homes uncovered more than 230 unreported deaths ...more »

Living Wills
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Sepiches honored as Humanitarians of the Year
Carlsbad Current ArgusOctober 4, 2011

"Through Katie's Law, criminals are being caught and taken off the street." The couple said their mission to get the law implemented nationally will continue to be an uphill battle. However, they said they are blessed to be living in a "wonderful ...more »

Medicare & Medicaid Issues
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Lake view: Medicare for all
Lakenewsonline.comOctober 4, 2011

Anyone in favor of a movement to repeal the new healthcare law, needs the new plan's benefit themselves to have their heads examined by a medical professional. I say that the new law doesn't go far enough and what this country truly needs is Medicare...more »

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