MICASAMedicaid Community Attendant Services Act
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Upon completion of the rollout, viewers will now be able to see MiCasa Network on channels in Amarillo, Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Corpus Christi, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Mayaguez (Puerto Rico), Miami, New York City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Ponce (Puerto Rico), San Antonio, San Juan (Puerto Rico), Seattle, St.
RRsat Global Communications Network Ltd (Nasdaq:RRST), a provider of digital content management and global distribution services to the television and radio broadcasting industry, announced on Monday the distribution of the MiCasa Network, a new provider of bilingual and bicultural entertainment and music programming for Hispanic and Latino communities in the US, under an agreement with MCB Network Corp, which broadcasts the MiCasa Network, to thousands of cable head-ends across the US, Canada, Mexico and Central America.
According to the long-term agreement signed with the MCB Network Corp, which broadcasts the MiCasa Network, RRsat will begin distributing the channel on July 1, 2013.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 11, 2013-RRsat to provide MiCasa Network to more than 50 million households in US, Canada, Mexico, Central America(C)1994-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
London, November 30 ( ANI ): You can now recreate the weather in your own home with a new lamp created by experimental Swiss design studio, Micasa Lab.
Suu Kyi went to see Kasit at the Micasa Hotel in northern Yangon at the invitation of the Thai minister, party spokesman Nyan Win said.
The Swedish construction group NCC said on Wednesday (15 February) that its Norwegian subsidiary NCC Construction AS has signed a partnering agreement with Micasa AS to build a high-tech media building in Tonsberg, Norway.
Vladimir Velasco Izquierdo, president of Havana-based Mercado Internacional de Centro America (MICASA), said his agency has been marketing PDV lubricants for more than 10 years.
announced that it has sold the MiCasa Apartments in Atlanta.
But the American Health Care Association (the nursing-home lobby) gives campaign contributions to insure that legislation to shift Medicaid money to in-home services stays buried in committee, as did last year's Medicaid Community Attendant Services Act (MiCASA).This year, activists with Americans Disabled for Attendant Programs Today (ADAPT), which was so instrumental in passing the Americans with Disabilities Act-can't even get a revised MiCASA introduced.