On April 7, 2018, The New York Times ran an editorial “America’s Federally Financed Ghettos” a topic that will be discussed at the May 16th Color of Law Forum at Seton Hall Law School.
On March 3, 2018, The New York Times’ Benjamin Weiser reported over the course of a year on the life and death of Nakesha Williams, a bright light, who experienced homelessness.
These so-called able-bodied are defined in many ways by what they are not: not disabled, not elderly, not children, not pregnant, not blind.
The Graham-Cassidy bill proposed taking money under the Affordable Care Act for insurance subsidies Medicaid and giving it to states as block grants.
Just when the effort to repeal the ACA appeared to be dead, a last-ditch push to obliterate the law could be nearing a showdown vote in the Senate.