General News

NYC Coronavirus Bill Could Land Sheriffs in Jail

An interesting battle is brewing in New York City which illustrates some of the unintended consequences that are occurring across the country as state and local governments seek to try and enact emergency regulations that protect residents who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The New York City Council …

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Article Spotlights ‘Aggressive’ Collections of Healthcare Debt by Hospitals

A non-profit investigative journalism organization that has had its sights set on “aggressive” medical collections for more than a year has published another report, this time detailing instances where hospitals are still enforcing judgments against individuals during the coronavirus pandemic. The report details the plight of two individuals, one of …

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IRS Begins Bringing Employees Back to Its Offices

As many as 10,000 employees of the Internal Revenue Service are going back to work, according to a published report. The objective is to return “mission-critical” employees back to the office to conduct work that must be done on-site, according to a copy of an email that was sent by …

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Demo Day: Interactions

Interactions is one of six companies participating in Demo Day on Tuesday, April 28. In advance of their participation, here is some background information about the company and some details about why you should sign up for their demo. You can sign up for their demo, as well as those …

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Demo Day: Applied Innovation

Applied Innovation is one of six companies participating in Demo Day on Tuesday, April 28. In advance of their participation, here is some background information about the company and some details about why you should sign up for their demo. You can sign up for Applied Innovation’s demo, as well …

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