It's appalling that 216,000 disabled workers make less than minimum wage.
Harming the disabled is no way for Congress to reform the budget.
And what more needs to be done.
By supporting the so-called chained CPI, Obama would increase the cost of living for people who rely on Social Security.
He thumbed his nose at false notions of beauty and perfection.
He wants the taxpayers to pay for special needs kids to go to private and parochial schools, even though advocates for special needs kids don’t want the vouchers.
Disabled Americans owe Tom Harkin an enormous debt of gratitude. There will never be another like him.
This was not a case of Republicans versus Democrats. This was the right-wing fringe versus everybody else.
The treaty was blocked by a gaggle of hyperventilating characters who dictated Republican policy from the sidelines.
Oct. 30 is the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Social Security Amendments of 1972, and we need to recommit ourselves to these reforms today.
This week, they’re pushing vouchers for special ed kids, with no limit on parental income.
Hold the applause: Extending the payroll tax cuts is a bad deal for nearly 9 million disabled Americans who rely on Social Security Disability Insurance for survival.
We’re in the midst of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and such awareness is needed now more than ever in this brutal economy.
Ryan and the Republicans don’t appear to give a hoot about what happens to people with disabilities who depend on Medicaid.
The biggest losers in the deals over tax cuts and stimulus payments are people with disabilities and older Americans who rely on Social Security.