Navigation Links
Federal Judge Orders Schwarzenegger Administration to Comply with Order That Blocks State Reduction for IHSS Worker Wages
Date:7/14/2009

State must comply - NOT DEFY - by close of business today!

OAKLAND, Calif., July 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a ruling issued late yesterday afternoon, Judge Wilken of the U.S. District Court ordered California to comply with her June 25, 2009, ruling which halts the State's plans to cut In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) wages.

"The judge's ruling sends a clear message to the Governor that you can't ignore the law, no matter who you are," said Dave Regan, SEIU Executive Vice President and Trustee of SEIU-UHW. "We are satisfied that the judge is holding the State accountable and forcing it to take the action that it should have taken immediately after the initial ruling."

Based on the original lawsuit filed by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and IHSS consumers and providers, Judge Wilken ruled that the $2 per hour reduction in the State's maximum contribution toward IHSS wages, which was scheduled to take place on July 1, violated the federal Medicaid statute. She enjoined the State from implementing the state budget law requiring the reduction.

However, the State defied the order by refusing to rescind the reduced pay rates put in place solely because of the reduced State contribution. As a result, plaintiffs filed a contempt motion on July 7, requesting that the Court either issue a more detailed ruling or force the State to pay a daily fine of $500,000.

On July 13, 2009, Judge Wilken amended her original injunction to make it more specific by requiring the State to rescind approval of all IHSS wage reductions by July 14 that were scheduled to take place on July 1. IHSS providers who would have been impacted by the reduction in wages include providers from the following counties: Alameda, Calaveras, Contra Costa, Mendocino, Napa, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Solano, and Yolo.

'/>"/>
SOURCE SEIU UHW
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. MDMA Names New Director of Federal Affairs
2. Federal research plan to determine nanotech risks fails to deliver
3. Federal Employee Program Maintains Low Health Premiums In 2008
4. AMERIGROUP Contracts with Federal Government to Offer Medicare Advantage Health Plans in Seven States
5. SNM applauds NAS study showing need to restore federal nuclear medicine research funding
6. ACM Helps Medicaid Programs Comply With Federal Deficit Reduction Act Mandates
7. Boise(R) BEWARE(TM) Meets New Federal Guidelines Set Forth by Medicaid
8. HIV/AIDS Cases Among State and Federal Prison Inmates Fell for the Sixth Straight Year During 2005
9. Bristol-Myers Squibb Finalizes Settlement of Previously Disclosed Federal Investigation into Pricing, Sales and Marketing Practices
10. Federal Trade Commission Attempts To Suppress Best-Selling Authors First Amendment Rights
11. CPF Urges Congress to Increase Funding for IPF Research in 2009 Federal Budget
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/3/2015)... ... September 03, 2015 , ... ... of comprehensive eating disorder treatment for adults and adolescents struggling with anorexia, ... MD has joined the medical treatment team. As a Staff Psychiatrist, Dr. ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... ... September 03, 2015 , ... According to an Oncology Nurse Advisor ... may help patients with oropharyngeal cancer (oral cancer) to be successfully diagnosed and treated ... caused by HPV infections, which have a high rate of success in treatment and ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... ... 03, 2015 , ... Atlantic Information Services, Inc. (AIS) is ... Strategies for a Rapidly Changing Marketplace.” In this Sept. 16 program, pharmacy benefit ... how plan sponsors are adopting bold, innovative strategies to control soaring specialty pharmacy ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... ... September 03, 2015 , ... ... endpoint data collection, cloud analytics and workflow solutions today announced the complete ... Portugal, September 22-24, 2015. The esteemed faculty of worldwide pharmaceutical and industry ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... ... September 03, 2015 , ... A scar is an unavoidable result of incision or injury to ... body's ability to heal itself. The appearance of a scar is dependent on many factors ... and skin pigmentation. ”Many scars fade to near invisibility on their own over a period ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Ileana Calinoiu, MD Joins Eating Recovery Center of Washington Medical Treatment Team 2Health News:Ileana Calinoiu, MD Joins Eating Recovery Center of Washington Medical Treatment Team 3Health News:LA Periodontists Discuss Study on Post-Treatment Oral Rinses Used to Test Recurrence of Oral Cancers 2Health News:LA Periodontists Discuss Study on Post-Treatment Oral Rinses Used to Test Recurrence of Oral Cancers 3Health News:Speakers for Upcoming AIS Virtual Conference on Pharmacy Benefit Strategies Include Executives from CVS Health, Express Scripts 2Health News:ERT Announces Final Agenda, Faculty for European PRO / eCOA Congress 2Health News:ERT Announces Final Agenda, Faculty for European PRO / eCOA Congress 3Health News:Do I Have To Live With That Scar? 2Health News:Do I Have To Live With That Scar? 3Health News:Do I Have To Live With That Scar? 4
... be an effective therapy to treat and even prevent allergy ... patients with cystic fibrosis and asthma, according to researchers from ... School of Medicine and Louisiana State University School of Medicine., ... a lung disease researcher at Children,s Hospital and professor of ...
... novel mechanism used by adenovirus to sidestep the cell,s suicide ... suppressor genes are silenced in tumor cells and pave the ... researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in the ... a cell is under stress, the tumor suppressor p53 springs ...
... HealthDay Reporter , WEDNESDAY, Aug. 25 (HealthDay News) ... by a U.S. judge to halt any expansion of ... injunction, which basically blindsided the scientific community, effectively takes ... That was when then-President George W. Bush ordered that ...
... , TUESDAY, Aug. 24 (HealthDay News) -- Adding therapy ... attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) could lessen symptoms and improve quality ... year, patients receiving cognitive behavioral therapy along with their ... relaxation exercises. "We have known that therapy helps, ...
... surge of scientific research has uncovered telltale signs of ... spinal taps, many questions remain unanswered about the clinical ... patient care, according to Dr. Kenneth S. Kosik, Harriman ... and co-director of UCSB,s Neuroscience Research Institute. Kosik, ...
... Reinberg HealthDay Reporter , TUESDAY, Aug. 24 ... health benefits of drinking continues to bubble, a new ... higher mortality risk than moderate drinkers. "This ... association between moderate alcohol intake and health benefits with ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Vitamin D may treat and prevent allergic reaction to mold in cystic fibrosis patients 2Health News:Use the common cold virus to target and disrupt cancer cells? 2Health News:Use the common cold virus to target and disrupt cancer cells? 3Health News:Obama to Appeal Stem Cell Ruling 2Health News:Obama to Appeal Stem Cell Ruling 3Health News:Cognitive Therapy Helps Adults With ADHD 2Health News:Are early testing and drug development the most pressing issues in Alzheimer's care? 2Health News:A Little Drinking Cuts Death Risk for Older Adults 2Health News:A Little Drinking Cuts Death Risk for Older Adults 3Health News:A Little Drinking Cuts Death Risk for Older Adults 4
(Date:9/3/2015)... , Sept. 3, 2015 Research and ... the "Radiology Information Systems Market by Type, Deployment ... & Forecast to 2019" report to their offering. ... is estimated at $501.1 Million 2014, and is projected ... of 7.6% from 2014 to 2019. ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... , Sept. 3, 2015  The findings of a ... disturbing questions about the company,s handling of its ... On September 2 nd , part one of ... events, including at least 27 fatalities, have been associated ... confidential study commissioned by C.R. Bard in 2004 which ...
(Date:9/3/2015)... , Sep. 03, 2015 ... the addition of the "Investigation Report on China,s ... As air pollution worsens, the incidence of respiratory ... of relevant drugs. Bromhexine, a semisynthetic derivative of vasicine, ... chronic bronchitis and asthma associated with viscid or excessive ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Radiology Information Systems Market Report 2015 - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 for the $700+ Million Industry 2Radiology Information Systems Market Report 2015 - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 for the $700+ Million Industry 3IVC Filter Lawsuit News: NBC News Investigation into C.R. Bard Recovery Filters Raises Disturbing Questions, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 2IVC Filter Lawsuit News: NBC News Investigation into C.R. Bard Recovery Filters Raises Disturbing Questions, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 3China Bromhexine Market Report 2015-2019 2
... 2011 In an independent study published in the ... Texas Health Science Center San Antonio have found that ... flow during reconstructive microsurgery when compared clinically to other ... Cornejo and colleagues is important as compromised blood flow ...
... 2011 Incisive Surgical, Inc., the maker of ... the launch of a new national patient advocacy ... Routine Skin Closure."  This campaign features a new ... skin closure options available to patients undergoing surgery ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Spectros T-Stat Shown to Be Earliest Available Method for Detection of Surgical Skin Flap Compromise After Surgery 2Incisive Surgical Launches New National Patient Advocacy Campaign -- Eliminate Traumatic Metal Skin Staples for Routine Skin Closure 2Incisive Surgical Launches New National Patient Advocacy Campaign -- Eliminate Traumatic Metal Skin Staples for Routine Skin Closure 3
Microporous tape sheets for covering 96-well plates, square-well or flat-bottom blocks.;...
ThermalSeal RT (2mil) is Optically Clear for Real Time PCR and easy to apply. Works for all plates....
Sealing tape, slightly stiffer than Polyolefin tape....
Sealing tape featuring 3M adhesive technology. Compatible with DMSO. Good optical quality. Minimal autofluorescence....
Medicine Products: