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San Bernardino Mayor Pat Morris never stopped looking forward: Editorial
San Bernardino SunMarch 1, 2014

To any outside observer, Morris has been an abject failure — the mayor who presided over San Bernardino's descent into bankruptcy. That is his legacy. But there was more to his tenure than that. Morris stepped up to lead the city in one of its darkest ...more »

Advocates say schools under-report restraint of students
Anniston StarMarch 1, 2014

Prisoners and hospital patients are protected under federal law from abuse caused by the use of restraints and seclusion, but public school students are not. All too often, advocates for disabled students say, those students are put in danger ... Other ...more »

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Bad Faith Insurance
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HHS Seeks $600 Million For Health Law Enrollment Efforts
Kaiser Health NewsMarch 5, 2014

Just in case Congress doesn't pass President Barack Obama's fiscal 2015 budget plan, officials at the Department of Health and Human Services say they have other options for finding the money they need to implement the health care law. Copies of U.S. ...more »

Hipaa Compliance
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No Plan to Extend Health Care Enrollment Deadline or Delay Mandate
New York TimesMarch 12, 2014

The Affordable Care Act is already a success, she said, because the range of private health plans available to consumers is “more robust than ever.” However, a few Democrats expressed disappointment and dismay at the way the health law was being ...more »

Elder Care Abuse
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Help police stop elder abuse
Community PressMarch 13, 2014

Det. Const. Jeremy Ashley of the Belleville Police Service, pictured at the Elder Abuse Education Conference in Belleville Feb. 20, 2014, is one of two officers with the force who deals with elder abuse complaints. Janet Richards/The Intelligencer/QMI ...more »

Living Wills
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What you need to know about March health deadline
The Seattle TimesMarch 2, 2014

Even before the health care law passed in 2010, more than 8 out of 10 U.S. residents had coverage, usually through their workplace plans or the government's Medicare or Medicaid programs. Some have private policies that meet the law's requirements.more »

Medicare & Medicaid Issues
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Obama retreats on Medicare Part D changes
Washington Post (blog)March 11, 2014

Their approval of the law stands at 36-57, with 44% strongly disapproving. And, 55% expect the law to negatively impact Medicare. An overwhelming majority of seniors are happy with their current Medicare, Medicare Advantage, and Part D plans. Moreover ...more »

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