ADEA Washington Update

Supreme Court Suspends Arguments in Travel Ban Cases

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The U.S. Supreme Court was set to hear arguments on Oct. 10 on the constitutionality of President Donald Trump’s contentious decision to ban people from six predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States for 90 days.  The Court will also hear arguments on the Administration’s decision to ban all refugees for 120 days so... Click Here To Read More

A Win and a Loss for Sanctuary Cities

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A U.S. District Court Judge ruled that the Trump Administration cannot withhold federal public safety funds from so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration agents. The Sept. 15 ruling by Judge Harry Leinenweber states that... Click Here To Read More

Smaller Canadian Cities Hit Hard by Opioid Crisis

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Canada is in the midst of a nationwide opioid crisis, and its impact is felt disproportionately in smaller cities and towns.

The crisis has accelerated in the past few years. Last year, the Public Health Agency of Canada ... Click Here To Read More

ADEA Participates in ONDCP Roundtable to Discuss Drug Use and Abuse

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ADEA staff met with White House officials and others on Aug. 2 to discuss drug use and abuse as part of a roundtable discussion hosted by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). In July, ONDCP released an ... Click Here To Read More

Immigration Reforms May Impact Student and Exchange Visitor Program

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While it may be too early to assess the full impact on U.S. higher education of the Trump Administration’s efforts to reduce the flow of visitors and international students from certain countries from entering the United States, projected impacts could be widely... Click Here To Read More

ACA Still the Law of the Land but is Surrounded by Uncertainty

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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains the law of the land, but the Trump Administration’s failure to clarify whether it intends to enforce various provisions of the law leaves insurers and state lawmakers on shaky ground.

In August, insurers... Click Here To Read More

SAMHSA and ADEA Co-Sponsor Summit on Prescription and Opioid Drug Abuse

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Dental educators, state and federal agency representatives, and individuals from health care organizations gathered together on Aug. 30 for the Dental Schools Addiction Education Summit (Summit) for Substance Abuse and Mental... Click Here To Read More

DHS Pushes for September Showdown Over DACA

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) allows undocumented individuals who arrived in the United States as children, often called DREAMers, to request a two-year deferment of actions that could lead to their deportation. In July, President Trump talked with reporters about the challenge of deciding the future of DACA without... Click Here To Read More

FDA Authority to Regulate E-cigarettes Upheld

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Last month, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia settled a long-standing question when it ruled that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the authority to regulate... Click Here To Read More

ED Adjusts Deadlines for Gainful Employment Appeals

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The Department of Education (ED) announced on Aug. 18 that it will extend... Click Here To Read More

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