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  • Grasshopr: The Brain Injury Association of America

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 20-Nov-2009

    The Brain Injury Association of America is taking our grassroots advocacy online with a new tool called Grasshopr. Grasshopr is a web site that empowers organizations and individuals with the tools to engage with their elected officials and have an impact on public policy at all levels of government. Within the next few days, you will receive an invitation to join us on Grasshopr with instructions ...
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  • Veteran’s Health Omnibus Bill News From Congress

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 20-Nov-2009

    On Thursday, November 19, 2009, The Senate voted to pass a package of veteran’s bills (S1963) that included both S. 801 and S. 252, both important Veteran’s health care measures supported by BIAA. The bill would expand services in rural areas and ensure that veterans who are catastrophically disabled or who need emergency care in the community are not charged for those services. It ...
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  • BIAA supports S. 801, The Caregiver and Veterans Health Services Act of 2009

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 2-Nov-2009

    BIAA and our friends at the Wounded Warrior Project are currently working towards enactment of legislation establishing a national program to provide training and critically-needed supports to family caregivers of veterans living with traumatic brain injuries and other severe wounds. Reported in the Senate, S. 801, the Caregiver and Veterans Health Services Act of 2009, would provide comprehensive ...
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  • Health Care Reform Update

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 2-Nov-2009

    On Wednesday, October 28, 2009, House Democrats introduced their consensus health bill, HR 3962, at a rally on the Capitol’s West Front. According to House Majority Leader, Steny Hoyer, the bill could be considered on the House floor as early as November 5,2009 The consensus bill prohibits insurance rating based on health status or pre-existing conditions and prohibits annual or lifetime ...
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