To the Bench, Bar and Public: The Board of Directors of the Indiana Judicial Conference is seeking public comment on proposed new rules for the certification of pretrial services. The proposed rules include: Procedures for certification through the Indiana Office of Court Services The creation of a multidisciplinary pretrial policy team Pretrial services staff requirements Required documentation for pretrial services activities
Tough Job of the Week: Union Corners
As part of our New Year’s resolutions, we are starting a new weekly blog series titled “Tough Job of the Week”. As the Tough Job Experts, we want to bring updates to our readers on current and recently completed projects, along with some unique ones we think may pique your interest Before we get to our first Tough Job of the Week, let’s clarify what a “Tough Job” really is. A Tough Job is a project that is complex, requires deep industry-specific expertise,…
Top heart doctors warn proposed NIH cuts would be catastrophic
Top heart doctors and researchers have a simple reaction to President Donald Trump's proposed 20 percent cut to the budget of the U.S. National Institutes of Health: fear that research that results in life-saving drugs will deal a crippling blow.
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ICD-10 delay in proposed SGR bill
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Man Proposes In A VERY Public Way
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SI.com's legal expert Michael McCann breaks down all the implications of the NLRB's ruling on the Northwestern football players union.
How the Proposed Workers' Compensation Reform Will Affect Injured Workers
The New York State 2016 Executive Budget included a significant number of cuts and changes to existing workers' compensation laws that, if they went into effect, would dramatically reduce injured workers' ability to secure the compensation they deserve.
An Infertile Woman’s Advice to the New Grad
How innocent you look there in your cap and gown, your broad smile gleaming in the sun. Another educational milestone met. Another diploma for the wall. You’ve got grand plans for your bright future. Another advanced degree, or maybe your first big job, waits. Visions of the good life fill your mind. Having it …
How Safe Are Personal Care Products? New Bill Proposed to Protect Americans
Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.
Town hall addresses concerns on proposed education bill
HUNTINGTON — Teachers, service personnel and parents in Cabell County were given an opportunity Saturday to voice concerns to their state representatives about the proposed omnibus education bill.
Caltrans Proposes Toll Lane, Other Options for Hwy. 101
If you could pay a toll to hop into the carpool lane on Highway 101 to make it through rush-hour traffic faster, would you?
FDA Proposes Changes to Informed Consent Rules
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday proposed changes that would allow institutional review boards (IRBs) to waive or alter requirements for obtaining informed consent for certain clinical trials involving minimal risk to participants.
Why Thinking Like a Fresh Grad Helps
Back then, I was not making as much as I am earning now, and yet, I was never really short on cash. I could pay the bills, treat myself once in a while, and survive okay until the next payday. Now, there are more bills to pay and other necessary stuff to spend on, that budgeting can be such a challenge.
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The Republican-controlled House, along party lines, twice approved Ryan’s proposals to overhaul the popular program by giving beneficiaries a set amount of money every year to buy coverage fr…
WEDI Proposes Transition Roadmap In Wake Of ICD-10 Delay
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The government's "Occupational Outlook Handbook" contains employment projections through 2022 and detailed information on 580 occupations.