He stressed that the problem of expensive mandated
benefits is a symptom of a disease, and that the whole health care financing system needs an overhaul.
Meanwhile the leadership of the House of Representatives was mandated
to look into the matter.
Gabel, 1992, State Mandated
Benefits and the Small Firm's Decision to Offer Insurance, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 4(4): 379-404.
For example, states that adopt mandated
benefits, or mandate them early on, may also be more likely to regulate the insurance market in a way that mitigates the impact of mandates.
Four federally mandated
benefit laws discussed below override ERISA's provisions on exemptions for self-insured firms.
health-care expenditures for large employers (HB-1316).
While CPAs are not mandated
reporters, as protectors of the public trust, the sooner CPAs familiarize themselves with elder abuse issues and solutions, the better chance they have of dealing with the complexities of financial elder abuse.
The great number of demands mandated
by legislators, has led to the call for more leaders to engage broad groups of "others" (such as parents, faculty, staff, community) in the work of "shared leadership" (Lambert, 2003).
They emphasize that "while a majority of all teenagers attending clinics expected that they would use clinic-based contraceptive services in the face of mandated
parental involvement, this response was the majority only among adolescents with parents who already knew they were at the clinic." Laws requiring parental involvement, they conclude, "would discourage few teenagers from having sex and would likely increase rates of adolescent pregnancy and STDs."
It's important to know that your data will be protected and easily accessible at all times during the government mandated
with increasing homeownership among America's poorest citizens.
Often, some classes appear to cover repetitive, uninspiring topics simply to meet mandated
requirements, rather than satisfying these standards in a self-directed study curriculum.