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Medicaid Work Requirements Being Challenged

Today we’ve got a couple of links for you on this emerging topic. First, an article on a lawsuit filed challenging new legislation that would impose work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries:

Lawsuit seeks to stop Medicaid work requirements

Also, for those interested in reading the complaint in this lawsuit itself, we’ve also got that link for you:

Southern Poverty Law Center complaint

(thanks to Terisa Page Gault and Marcia Ohlemiller for the info in this post)

Digital Accessibility

As we all know, Access to Justice (ATJ) is a big area of focus for the OSB, and particularly for us in the the Disability Section. Restricted access to digital and online resources can be an ATJ problem for our clients, of course, but it can also be a problem for the members of the bar.

The link below is to an excellent interview article discussing this issue with a young lawyer who is himself blind, and dealing with these issues firsthand.
https://www.americanbar.org/content/newsletter/publications/law_practice_today_home/lpt-archives/june13/why-digital-accessibility-matters-to-the-legal-profession.html

(hat tip to Executive Committee member Bill Spiry for pointing us all in the direction of this article!)