- Disabled people are allowed to work for pennies per hour - but maybe not for
- About 3,400 organizations hold the certificates, and their lobbying organization -- ACCSES -- has fought to preserve the status quo.
- BRIGHT STAR AND ACCSES NJ PARTNER TO DELIVER DIGITAL SERVICES FOR BOARD
- NEWARK, NJ – Today, Bright Star announced a partnership with ACCSES New Jersey – a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding employment opportunities for United States veterans – to offer local, county and state governments Board Meeting ...
- Some people are paid less than minimum wage, legally
- “Don't throw out the baby with the bathwater," said Leann Fox, a lobbyist for ACCSES, a trade group for nonprofits employing the disabled.
- National shift in employment for the disabled upsets some
- Knuck, a retired Pima County judge, shared daughter Genna's story in mid-October on behalf of ACCSES, a public policy group that represents more than 1,200 disability service providers nationwide.
- Puerto Rico's Debt Woes Are Conundrum for GOP
- WASHINGTON—The looming prospect of a wave of debt defaults by Puerto Rico is forcing Congress and the 2016 presidential candidates to grapple with a federal response to help the embattled island. The struggle over how to solve the territory's debt ...
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