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  1. OSHA Changes Course and Requires Employers in State Plans to Submit Injury & Illness Data Electronically

    Specifically, OSHA stated that Section 18(c)(7) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and applicable regulations pertaining to State Plans require the change in implementation. As a result, for Calendar Year 2017, employers covered by State Plans must provide Form 300A data electronically by July 1, 2018. Further, ...

  2. Nonprofits in an Election Year: Guiding Principles

    If you work for a nonprofit organization, can you contribute to political campaigns or participate in candidate fundraising? What kind of help can you give residents with learning about candidates who are running for office or getting to the polls to vote? Can your organization hold candidate forums? What if an elected official ...

  3. Join Us in Celebrating Older Americans Month 2018

    The 2018 OAM theme is Engage at Every Age. The theme emphasizes that every age is the right age to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It also celebrates the many ways in which older adults make a difference in our communities. Ways to Engage on Social ...

  4. Clarifying the New Opportunities for HCBS Providers Under Medicare Advantage Plans

    These new supplemental benefits policies for Medicare Advantage plans are the result of two key policy actions: the 2019 Medicare Advantage and Part D Final Rate Notice and Call Letter issued by CMS in early April 2018 and the passage of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, which include provisions of the CHRONIC Care Act. Both ...

  5. HUD Proposal Would Increase Residents' Rents

    HUD’s fiscal year 2019 budget request to Congress presumes Congress will enact HUD’s rent reform proposals, which raise rents on residents and would allow owners and public housing authorities to impose work requirements on non-elderly and non-disabled households. Without the revenue raised by enacting the rent reform ...