The IRS issues final rules for ABLE accounts, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt faces early opposition as he seeks to privatize Medicaid, and a new brief highlights the extra costs of living for adults with disabilities.
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The Education Department reminds schools of IDEA obligations during the pandemic, Portlanders with disabilities still fight for rights, and America’s cities get ranked on disability friendliness.
The CEO Summit Series looks ahead to November, we honor our front line heroes, and a look at what's at stake if the Supreme Court rules against the ACA (ObamaCare).
What it’s like to vote with a disability during a pandemic, New York group homes and services for people with disabilities face devastating state cuts at a time of crisis, and the number of eligible voters with a disability jumps 19.8% since 2008.
The Commission on Civil Rights calls for an end to subminimum wage for people with disabilities, Disability Rights Ohio turns to video visits to monitor facilities, and why the United States still has a severe shortage of medical supplies.
The COVID-19 vaccine roll-out could leave people with disabilities behind, Connecticut nonprofits cut staff as revenue from services plunges, and a roommate program hopes to improve caregiving for people with disabilities in Minnesota.
The Senate may vote on a pared-down COVID-19 relief bill as early as next week, rural people with disabilities fight to retain independence during pandemic, and a new report about the impact of the pandemic on people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Millions of individuals have yet to claim their CARES Act stimulus payments, COVID-19 may shut many disability programs for good, and an expert opinion on why people with intellectual disabilities need to be prioritized for a COVID-19 vaccine.
CEO Summit is going virtual, COVID-19 relief legislation is still on hold, and an examination of the impact of COVID‐19 in ethnically diverse families with young children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Millions of dollars are awarded in rental assistance for people with disabilities, Medicare telehealth expansion could be here to stay, and advocates find ways to protect rights of Ohioans with disabilities during COVID-19.