The Houston Bar Foundation and Houston Volunteer Lawyers also sponsor weekly Friday afternoon clinics at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in Mental Health Building 108-A. Recipients are asked to arrive by 4 p.m. to be seen. More information about the clinics is available at www.hba.org. … [Read more...] about Free legal clinic for veterans slated for Jan. 25 in Richmond
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It is amazing how the cost of prescriptions has increased. Maybe this is because, the prescription drug manufacturers and Part D plans have to pay a percentage to Medicare for the prescription. In 2020, the prescription drug manufacturer must pay 70 percent and the Medicare Part D plan must pay 5 percent and the Medicare beneficiary must pay 25 percent until the out-of-pocket cost reaches $6,350. … [Read more...] about TONI KING: Did the Medicare Part D ‘Donut Hole’ end in 2020?
Experts say air pollution in the Balkans is heavy because of the use of coal-fueled power plants and old cars and many other factors. In the past week, thick fog added to the problem. … [Read more...] about Bosnian protesters hold anti-pollution protest in Sarajevo
Mpofu’s stay at Balseskin lasted eleven months. “I wasn’t checking the transfer list anymore,” he said; after months of consulting it every day, waiting to see his name, he gave up. In Direct Provision, everything, it seems, is communicated through posted signs. Signs remind parents to check whether they have their children with them as they pass through a door. Signs tell residents that their hair is not to be done in the common space, except on Saturdays. Signs remind visitors to sign in, and they designate which areas are restricted to residents (generally speaking, everything but the common room). And, of course, signs tell residents when they are about to move. “That day, I was going to change my linen,” Mpofu said. He was taking his sheets to reception to exchange for a fresh set when he was told, in an actual human voice, “Delroy, finally, you are getting your transfer.” He packed overnight and in the morning boarded a bus that … [Read more...] about Ireland’s Strange, Cruel System for Asylum Seekers
Criminal justiceStacey's Law/murder for hire: HB493 — If a person solicits or conspires with another to commit murder and someone dies, it will now be considered first-degree murder in Maryland with no statute of limitations. Previously, solicitation to commit murder was a misdemeanor with a statute of limitations of three years. The bill is named after Stacey Lynne Seaton, 17, who was murdered in 2005. McDonald Abraham III, who was convicted in Seaton's murder, said he hired another man to kill her. But Seaton's mother, Gale, said at a bill hearing that Abraham was not charged with solicitation because he wasn't eligible. — Elliott Davis … [Read more...] about New MD Laws Take Effect Oct. 1: Tobacco Age Up, Jury Duty Change