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Senate SSI Bill Introduced (3/7/2014) Senators Brown and Warren introduced the Supplemental Security Income Restoration Act of 2014 March 6, 2014. It would fix key elements of the program.
Marion Dyke Jr. lost his Social Security and SSI benefits in January 2010. Read More.
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Tag Archives: Clark v Astrue
WASHINGTON, DC — The National Senior Citizens Law Center has appointed Russell Hirschhorn to its board of directors. He is senior counsel in the Labor and Employment Law Department at Proskauer, a law firm based in New York City. “We …
(5/9/2011) The instructions are similar to those contained in EM-11032 issued last month which instructed SSA field offices that pursuant to the decision in Clark, benefits would no longer be suspended or denied solely on the basis of a warrant … Continue reading
(U.S. District Court/Southern District of New York) — As many as 140,000 Americans nationwide will get their Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits restored as a result of an order issued by Judge Sidney H. Stein in a … Continue reading
NATIONWIDE CLASS CERTIFIED IN SSA PROBATION/PAROLE CASE A court in New York has certified a nationwide class in a successful challenge to the Social Security Administration’s policy of suspending or denying Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits whenever … Continue reading
Plaintiffs have moved for certification of a nationwide class in Clark v. Astrue, (06-cv-15521 SHS, SDNY). the action challenging the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) policy of suspending or denying Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits anytime someone had an … Continue reading
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled that the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) policy of suspending Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits whenever someone has an outstanding warrant for an alleged violation of probation … Continue reading