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Bragging about your sex life threatens disability benefits

Wanting sex 1,440 times a day may turn heads with judges and government officials

disabled sex kkWith story from Social Security Disability Blog

“I am a writer/poet, artist, sculptor, musician, wood artist, wordsmith, businesswoman, mother, ex-wife, retired postal worker, driver, fragrance designer, student, photographer, jokester, painter, and furniture designer. …acts like she is 32, her love meter reads “inferno,” and she thinks about sex 1440 times a day” Social Security Disability Blog  Continue reading

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Disability Reform – It’s the System, Not the Individual

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Fifth in a five part series – previous article – Federal Money, State Control

Editor – President Obama’s discussion of disability reform usually becomes reduced to a discussion of fraud. This five part series from the New York Times, looks at the issues from the viewpoint of experts. Continue reading

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Disability Reform – Federal Money, State Control

07disability_480NJN Network, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, May 12, 2009

Fourth in a five part series – previous article – Identifying Who Is Disabled

Editor – President Obama’s discussion of disability reform usually becomes reduced to a discussion of fraud. This five part series from the New York Times, looks at the issues from the viewpoint of experts. Continue reading

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Disability Reform – Identifying Who Is Disabled

07disability_480NJN Network, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, May 14, 2009

Editor – President Obama’s discussion of disability reform usually becomes reduced to a discussion of fraud. This five part series from the New York Times, looks at the issues from the viewpoint of experts. Continue reading

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Disability Reform – Welfare Reform as a Model

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Second in a five part series – previous article Disability Reform – A Matter of Policy, Not Fraud

Welfare Reform as a Model

Richard V. Burkhauser

Richard V. Burkhauser is the Sarah Gibson Blanding professor of public policy in the department of policy analysis at Cornell. He is co-author, with Mary Daly, of the forthcoming book “The Declining Work and Welfare of People with Disabilities: What Went Wrong and a Strategy for Change.” Continue reading