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Wisconsin chapter works to amend ‘deadly force’ law Apr 14th, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff The NASW Wisconsin Chapter is working to keep social workers and other human services staff safe from a law that allows homeowners to use deadly force in potential home invasions. Three social work students helped the NASW Wisconsin Chapter lobby state representatives for support of the Social Work Safety bill. From left are Andrew Selander; Wisconsin State Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay; Becca... 
Human Rights and the Judiciary Dec 18th, 2012
The elections are over, and it’s time to examine how these results will affect the judiciary branch of government: U.S. Supreme Court The lower courts (such as the Appeals Courts) Special Courts (such as U.S. Tax Courts) Court Support Organizations (such as the U.S. Sentencing Commission) Including the nine Supreme Court Justices, there are 874 judgeships in the judiciary branch—all of whom are appointed by the... 
Social Work Webinar Lunchtime Series Sep 12th, 2011
Social Work Webinar Lunchtime Series learn Chinese online Social Workers and Family Law Issues for Same-Sex Couples Tuesday, October 04, 2011 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET Credit Hours: 1.5 CEU(s) This presentation will review the fast-changing area of family law as it pertains online pharmacy to social buy propecia online workers who provide services to gay and lesbian couples who are thinking of marriage, planning... 
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Efforts Moving Forward Dec 16th, 2010
House Majority Leader Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-PA) have introduced a bill seeking to end the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy.  The bill’s language is similar to the DADT repeal that was stripped out of the National Defense Authorization Act earlier this year.  A vote is expected to occur on Wednesday, and we will update the blog accordingly.  Read More →
Social Workers Applaud Passing of Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in Congress Jan 29th, 2009
NASW Executive Director Betsy Clark was honored to receive an invitation to the White House on Thursday January 29, 2009 to witness President Obama sign his first piece of legislation into law, the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. This historic legislation reverses the Supreme Court decision that limited women and other workers’ ability to sue for wage discrimination. The success of the bill indicates that Congress... 
Medicare Bill Gives Victory to Social Workers Jul 17th, 2008
For Immediate Release: July 17, 2008 Washington—In a milestone victory, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) commends the U.S. Senate and House for overriding President Bush’s veto of the Medicare legislation, H.R. 6331, restoring funding for clinical social work payments cut in 2007 and greatly improving coverage of outpatient psychotherapy services. The final House vote on the Medicare Improvements... 
Social Workers Congratulate the Supreme Court for Decision to Support Human Rights and Social Justice for Detainees Jun 12th, 2008
For Immediate Release June 12, 2008 Contact: Allison Nadelhaft 202-336-8228 anadelhaft@naswdc.org Social Workers Congratulate the Supreme Court for Decision to Support Human Rights and Social Justice for Detainees NASW filed Amicus Brief with other human rights organizations Washington – Upholding the profession of social work’s commitment to human rights and social justice, the National Association... 
Hate Crime Legislative Update Jan 11th, 2008
Government Relations Update Hate Crime Legislative Update The Matthew Shepard Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007 (S.1105/H.R.1585), introduced by Senator Kennedy (D-MA) in the Senate and Representative Conyers (D-MI) in the House of Representatives, would strengthen existing federal hate crime laws in multiple ways. Foremost, the measure would eliminate a serious limitation on federal involvement... 

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