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On October 11, the Southern District of New York court issued a national injunction in New York v. Department of Homeland Security. This action means that the public charge rule is on hold nationally, and will not go into effect. This is not a final outcome, but for the foreseeable future,...

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Posted on: Oct 14, 2019

Public Charge Rule Info, Resources - Key Information You Need to Know

The federal government is scheduled to make changes to the “public charge test" on October 15. It is used by immigration officials to decide if someone can come to the U.S. as an immigrant, or if they can get a green card (lawful permanent resident or “LPR” status). In this test, officials look at all of a person’s circumstances, including...

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Posted on: Oct 08, 2019

Lanterman Client Justice Killebrew Authors One of the Autobiographies in “Leaders Around Me”

Lanterman client Justice Killebrew authored one of the autobiographies in "Leaders Around Me: Autobiographies of Autistics who Type, Point, and Spell to Communicate." Released October 1, the book is a compilation of over 45 autobiographies of extraordinary individuals who use keyboards, letter boards and communication devices. The authors...

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Posted on: Oct 08, 2019

‘Tis the Season…for Making Ornaments for the State Capitol Tree

For more than two decades, ornaments created by persons with developmental disabilities have adorned the State Capitol Tree, and the Department of Developmental Services has put out the request for ornaments for 2019's tree.

Their goal is to again contribute hundreds of ornaments to this year's tree. To be included on the tree, DDS must...

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Posted on: Oct 07, 2019

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