Health Care for Displaced Workers Act of 1983: hearings before the Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on S. 811 ... May 3 and 9, 1983, Volume 4
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity
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Page 138 - Mr. SEIDMAN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. My name is Bert Seidman, director of the Department of Social Security of the AFLCIO. With me is Robert McGlotten, who is associate director of the Legislative Department of the AFL-CIO.
Page 195 - ... Washington, DC, Tuesday, May 17, 1988. The panel met, pursuant to call, at 10 am, in room 2118, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Les Aspin (chairman of the panel) presiding. STATEMENT OF HON. LES ASPIN, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM WISCONSIN, CHAIRMAN, HOUSE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES The CHAIRMAN. The meeting will come to order. This is our second day of hearings on the status of strategic arms control, strategic policy planning, strategic weapons, pre the important summit coming up between the...
Page 138 - ... time limitation. I will appreciate it if your written statements are filed for printing in full in the record and their contents are summarized orally. The first witness is Senator Bennett. Senator BENNETT. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Chairman, it is a pleasure to appear before this subcommittee. I have a full statement which I would like to have included in the record along with the statements by the Members of the Utah Congressional Delegation in the other body, Representative Laurence J....
Page 180 - Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, j appreciate this opportunity to share our ideas and concerns with you. I encourage you to consider our suggestions and to call on us if we can be of assistance to your staff in this important policy development process.
Page 63 - T would have to say to you, sir, I cannot answer that question. I do not know the answer to it. Senator TUNNEY. From your reading of the report, do you have any feeling that it would in any way prejudice any cases which are now pending? Senator TUNNEY. Where there any suspects mentioned in that report, aside from the original seven burglars who had been indicted? Mr. TITUS. My answer to...
Page 184 - Eligibility for Medicaid has traditionally been linked to actual or potential receipt of cash assistance under the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs. Legislation in the last decade has gradually extended coverage to low-income pregnant women and children who have no ties to the welfare system, and has provided partial coverage for new groups of low-income Medicare beneficiaries. Medicaid...
Page 169 - In health planning at the local, state and national levels. Today, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans serve over 90 million subscribers under private programs "and an additional 26 million people under government programs. Overview Before proceeding to discuss our position on a number of the key Planning Act provisions in relation to the amendments proposed in S.