19 Clearinghouse Rev. 1 (1985-1986)

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O                                                             VOLUME 19, NO. 1, MAY 1985
School Fees in          Public     Education, by          Kirk Ah      Tye ........................................................................     2
A California legal services attorney discusses a recent successful challenge to the use of
fees for public school extracurricular activities.
Putting Flesh on the Bones of the Hill-Burton Community Service Obligation, National
H  ealth   L aw    P rogram      .................................................................................................................................. 13
The community service regulations concern access to needed treatment, not payment of
bills. The rules are explained by Armin Freifeld.
Energy      Developments, National Consumer Law                           Center ................................................................ 24
A   new   rule for the Weat         Cerization Program,     an update on guaranteed service plans, and
recent developments in LIHEAP               litigation are    this month's topics.
Food Stamp Rights of AFDCi                     Food Stamp Households, Food Research and Action Center ............ 27
Cynthia Schneider explains the procedures that a local welfare office must follow in
processing food stamp applications when a family applies for both AFDC and food
stamps.
The Retirement Equity Act: Enhanced Rights for Survivors and Dependents of
Pension      Recipients, National Senior Citizens Law                        Center     ..........................................................   30
Provisions of The Retirement Equity Act that could ensure a more adequate income for
older women are discussed by Ellen Vargyas.
U  n em  p loym    en t  .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Telephone Hearings as Unemployment Fair Hearings is the title of this month's article.
Attorneys' Fees Developments, by Martin A. Schwartz ................................................................ 36
Bad faith, settlements, and fee computations are three areas in which there have been
recent developments that affect attorneys' fees for public interest litigation.
Federal Register           Highlights ..............................................................................           ............ 40
C  ase   D evelop    m  en  ts  .................................................................................................................................... 44
Attorneys/Legal Services ........................................ 44       Juveniles ............................................................ 59
Civil Procedure/Administrative Law               ...................... 46  Landlord/Tenant ................................................ 59
Civil Rights .............................................................. 46  Mental Health ................................................. 60
C onsum    er  .................................................................. 46  M igrants  .................................................................... 60
Criminal Law       and Procedure .................................. 48     Public Utilities/Energy        ................................... 60
Domestic Relations .................................................. 49   Rural Issues .................................................... 61
Employment ...................................................       50    Social Security/SSI .................................................. 61
Food Programs ...............................................       52     Unemployment Compensation ................................ 65
Handicapped Persons ....................................            53     Veterans/Military ........................Unmpoy en.o.............. 68
H ealth  ........................................................................ 54  W elfare  ...................................................................... 68
H ou  sing  .................................................................... 55
Advance Sheet Highlights ........................................................................................................................ 71
T ra  in in g   ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 7
Computer and            Research        News ................................................................................................................ 92
The usual search results and advice on using the LSC                    data base are this month's topics.
B ib liograp    hy    .............................................................................................................................................. 96
Social Security          Disability      Benefits     Reform       Act of 1984         (Chart) ...................................................... 101
Job     M ark   et  .............................................................................................................................................. 103
C  a se  T a b le  ................................................................................................................................................ 110
This Child        is Missing... Amanda                Elizabeth       Duerk .................................................... inside  back   cover

MAY 1985

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