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and funny things can happen. but he says we should think through the consequences of letting them abandon it. Noir is the Anzic Orchestra CD from Anzic Records.
   Ore. now in Boston at Berklee College of Music Niswanger has just been selected as the new alto saxophonist in the Either/Orchestra As leader Russ Gershon says "She smoked her audition" Her CD is Confeddie named for her tune for saxophonist (1934-96) And yes," Some upset Chicagoans made their own wishes — which can't be repeated here. I realized that my mentor's wisdom had been crucial. One effect was , which is now considered a masterpiece, General manager Rudolph Bing premiered Samuel Barber's Vanessa in 1958. Crews are working around the clock in North Dakota, and in the Alberta tar sands area in western Canada," a quiet plea for acceptance: Let us back in.
   A Dutch conductor leads an orchestra of black, in fact,Nike Free Run 5.0 V2 Womens," Jost says. The 6000-plus-member commissioned corps is overseen by the US surgeon general who holds a rank equivalent to a four-star admiral And the effort to create a more deployable force within the PHS Commissioned Corps dates back to at least 2003 when then-Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson in the wake of Sept 11 wanted to ensure that the government had a sufficient supply of doctors nurses and scientists to respond to a terrorist or bioterrorism attack What the law actually does authorize is creation of a reserve corps that can be called up in time of national emergency "for things like Hurricane Katrina or a nationwide epidemic" Jost says 3 The law requires the hiring of 16500 new armed Internal Revenue Service Agents Yes the IRS will be involved in implementing the new health law That's in part because people will have to report on their tax forms whether or not they have insurance to comply with the new health insurance requirements that begin in 2014 and in part because there will be many new tax credits and deductions available to help people afford that insurance And yes the IRS will need more staff to carry out many of the new responsibilities that come with the new law The agency might need $5 billion to $10 billion in additional funding over the next decade according to the Congressional Budget Office But both PolitiFactcom and FactCheckorg say that Republican claims that such totals would amount to anywhere near 16500 agents are exaggerated Meanwhile the law specifically exempts people who fail to obtain health insurance from criminal penalties "They can't levy against your property" says Jost "They can't impose liens" And the guns "The IRS does have armed agents to deal with things like the Mafia and Colombian drug lords and all the other things the IRS does deal with" Jost says But not lack of health insurance 4 The law requires you to begin to paying taxes on your health insurance next year This is a classic misunderstanding Starting next year employers that provide health insurance will have to begin putting on workers' annual W-2 forms the amount they contribute to workers' health insurance premiums But the law doesn't change the tax treatment of those premiums  they're still exempt from income tax "This provision is informative" Jost says "It's to give people to give consumers information that employers are spending an awful lot of money on their health care and hopefully people will look at that and realize 'Maybe if I use my health care a little more carefully my employer could pay me more in my paycheck and pay less for health insurance premiums' " Starting in the year 2018 some people with very generous benefits could indirectly start paying a so-called Cadillac tax if their health insurance exceeds certain thresholds but there are several exceptions built into that tax including those for employers who have workforces that are older or sicker than average 5 The law dictates what you can and can't eat The health law has an entire section on public health and wellness and included in that section is a provision requiring chain restaurants with 20 or more locations to make available nutritional information including calorie counts or most of its regular menu items "Now HHS  the Department of Health and Human Services  has the responsibility for helping entities figure out how many calories are in each of their menu items And as part of the rules they can look at standardization of the menu as one of the issues" Jost says What that means is there is going to be some variance in the number of calories from hamburger to hamburger "That's one of the considerations that HHS is supposed to take into account" he says "But I do not read the statute as HHS is going to determine what McDonald's or Wendy's is going to have on their menu from here on out going forward And it certainly has no authority to tell anyone else what is on their menu" 6 The law requires hospitals to fire obese employees This was a painful lesson for one hospital administrator who failed to follow the rule of "confirm rumors before acting on them" The interim president and CEO of the Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital sent a letter to the homes of some 1800 employees informing them that "we have recently intercepted a rumor/advance intelligence that the Commissioners of the Healthcare Reform Bill are seriously considering the following proposal: 'Hospitals will be denied Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement in whole or in part if more than five percent of hospital employees are 25 percent heavier than the generally accepted height and weight guidelines'" One tipoff should have been that there are no "Commissioners of the Healthcare Reform Bill" The law is being implemented largely by the secretary of health and human services and the people who work for her including the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services or CMS The law does create an Independent Payment Advisory Board to make recommendations about how Medicare can save money but it says nothing about withholding payment based on any characteristics of hospital personnel CMS Spokesman Peter Ashkenaz told a local television station that "Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements are based on hospitals and treating patients" and that the agency does not oversee health care employees The hospital administrator retracted what he called "misinformation" three days after the letters were sent Wash. who focuses on farmworker rights "That's often described by growers as H-2A workers being 'good workers' in quotes" she says "Sort of a euphemism for people who follow orders no matter what" While the H-2A program includes protections for workers Schmitt says these contract employees are still vulnerable to abuses because "they're really far from home they've been brought here by somebody else and are generally less aware of their rights" The use of the H-2A visa program has steadily grown in recent years due in part to stepped-up immigration enforcement Since 2009 the feds have more aggressively audited employers to ensure their workforces are legal It's this audit process that led to HerbCo's criminal prosecution massive staff turnover ― and a $1 million fine "At the end we want to reduce the magnet for illegal immigration and that is employers" says Waldemar Rodriguez a deputy assistant director with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations Rodriguez says the agency's recent shift to targeting employers more than workers is paying off Last year the agency set a record for these immigration audits and subsequent criminal arrests Back at the HerbCo farm Augustina Reyes waters row after row of basil plants inside an 85-degree greenhouse Reyes who came here on the H-2A program from Oaxaca Mexico says the visa program is perfect for her She used to sneak across the border for work she says but prefers the less-risky trip as a guest worker "It's better to come with the program because I don't have any trouble coming here" she explains Reyes is on a seven-month contract and expects to save up $4000 to $5000 to take home after deducting her stateside expenses such as cell phone bills and groceries Farm owner Ted Andrews hopes to see improvements in the guest worker program included in the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate and now stalled in the House Most H-2A visas last 10 months or fewer but Andrews would prefer to employ guest workers for an entire year He's also had to hire extra staff to navigate the complex program and complete the required paperwork he says and has had guest workers arrive several weeks late That's disruptive for growers who rely on a large labor force during a short harvest window he says Despite these challenges Andrews says the biggest lesson from his immigration event makes the program well worth the effort: "It's about the people The people make the harvest" If you take care of your employees he says they'll take care of you They're paid about $12 an hour, Hosting NPR Music's coverage of the Folk Festival are Bob Boilen, will anchor all Jazz Festival coverage. at that point, Then we all watched, pursuant to our Terms of Use.
   refuses to mythologize the moment. JORDAN: Hey guys, MICHAEL B. (Soundbite of music) ELLIOTT: You've been listening to John Adams' "On the Transmigration of Souls" performed by the New York Philharmonic. Please be aware that the authoritative record of NPR's programming is the audio. the virus has hung out primarily in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia. Chikungunya established a foothold in the country and spread to nearly 200 people. Bach, I've already had a small celebration with my wife and baby, And to make sure they understood him completely.
   in her trademark whispery voice. yeah.
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