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The Department of Medical Assistance Services, hereinafter referred to as the "Department" or "DMAS," is the single State agency in the Commonwealth of Virginia that administers the Medicaid program under Title XIX of the Social Security Act and the State Children s Health Insurance Program (known as FAMIS) and Title XXI of the Social Security Act for low-income people.
The projects were approved by President Hifikepunye Pohamba in line with the Social Security Act, and are expected to create around 280 jobs and train 1,585 unemployed people of which at least 50% would be permanently employed through active promotion efforts by their various training providers.
In its meeting in March 2012, the NAC had deliberated on social security for unorganized workers to make the Unorganized Workers' Social Security Act, 2008 as inclusive as possible with a comprehensive social security package to be provided through single window backed by a common ICT architecture.
Quadagno's argument, that African Americans were discriminated against by the 1935 Social Security Act largely because of the reactionary activities of Southern politicians, has since been widely accepted.
Currently the Social Security Act includes a provision that eliminates or reduces benefits if a worker's spouse has a government pension based on work not covered by Social Security.
Nierotko, 327 US 358 (1946), the Supreme Court held that back pay awarded to wrongfully discharged employees under the National Labor Relations Act constituted wages for purposes of the Social Security Act of 1935.
Clay Shaw (R-FL), the bill's purpose is "to amend the Social Security Act to enhance Social Security account number privacy protections, to prevent fraudulent misuse of the Social Security account number, and to otherwise enhance protection against identity theft.
The Social Security Act of 1935 prohibits payments from being withheld to pay off debts.