The CDC launches COVID-19 resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, disabled workers file federal lawsuit against Wisconsin over denial of unemployment benefits, and a study shows school policing falls hardest on Black students and those with disabilities.
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The era of easier voting for people with disabilities is over. They are, for the most part, omitted from the conversation about voting rights.
The Senate passes a traditional infrastructure bill and budget resolution, the FDA OKs a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for immunocompromised people, and why it makes good business sense to hire people with disabilities.
FDA expected to recommend boosters for immunocompromised Americans within weeks, Senate aims for weekend vote on infrastructure bill, and feds to nix work requirements in Montana Medicaid expansion program.
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Democrats are 'not particularly pleased' with the Senate infrastructure deal, Missouri Supreme Court reverses Medicaid expansion decision, and advocates push to extend services for students who aged out of special education during the pandemic.
President Biden announces bipartisan deal on infrastructure, Missouri Governor calls special session on Missouri Medicaid funding, and Gov. DeSantis signs bipartisan legislation affecting children with disabilities.
Bipartisan infrastructure pitch gains steam on Capitol Hill, feds launch hotline to help people with disabilities access COVID-19 vaccines, and Supreme Court’s ACA ruling is a win for common sense.
Ed Department wants feedback on discipline of students with disabilities, California bill to end subminimum wage for workers with disabilities passes Senate, and UZURV and Accessible Avenue announce partnership for expanding on-demand transit for people with disabilities.
Senate confirms Biden pick to lead CMS, Medicaid expansion fight resurfaces in states, and there’s a workforce crisis in human services that funding alone can’t fix.