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CMS -2011 Beneficiary Protections And Payment Policies - Medicare Advantage And Prescription Drug Plans

Medicare Advantage Capitation Rates for 2011 Remain at 2010 Levels

Seniors and people with disabilities enrolled in Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription drug plans will see improved protections from discriminatory cost sharing and be able to better compare plans in 2011 under a final regulation issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
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Hunter Douglas Patent Ruling Enforced By Federal District Court

~ HT Window Fashions Corp. Permanently Enjoined from Infringement ~

UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., April 6, 2010 – Hunter Douglas, Inc., North America’s leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings, announced today the Order for Permanent Injunction against HT Window Fashions Corp. for infringement of one of its Licensor’s patents. The order was made by the Federal District Court of Western Pennsylvania in the suit of Ren Judkins versus HT Window Fashions Corp. Hunter Douglas, Inc., a licensee of Mr. Judkins, an independent inventor, funded the litigation against HT Window Fashions. The infringing products of cellular fabric construction were manufactured in Taiwan by Teh Yor Co., Ltd.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Learns About Autism From Alpine Learning Center

Sunrise Meeting 04-06-10 Wendy Worden, Alpine Learning Center’s Director of Development educated the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club members about Autism. She explained how Alpine works one on one with the students even to the point of picking up a shoelace and describing it, before going on to the other shoelace. If one were describing a blue sneaker, a new training would have to be done for a white, yellow or pink sneaker; it is that individualized. Ever on the alert to help their clientele, they have purchased the property next door for future development.
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It is very difficult to avoid eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our country, because they are so pervasive in the food system and unlabeled in the grocery stores. Part of the reason for this is biotech giants fought to keep GMO foods unlabeled.

Some 200 million acres of the world's farms grew biotech crops last year, with over 90 percent of the genetically engineered (GE) seeds coming from U.S.-based Monsanto.
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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck to Host Two Informative “Lunch and Learns”

Area Seniors Invited to Learn About Independent Living and How to Sell Their Homes

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host two informative “Lunch and Learn” programs for area seniors interested in learning more about Heritage Pointe, as well as tips for selling their current home. The events will take place on Thursday, April 15 and Tuesday, April 27 from noon to 2 p.m.
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Sterling Pointe Affords Residents the Ability to Enjoy a Second Residence

-- Affordable Homes, Spectacular Amenities and Low-Maintenance Living Allow Buyers the Flexibility to Own Multiple Homes --

Many active adults are looking for a way to save on their home expenses in order to put those finances toward something they have always dreamed of -- a second residence or vacation home. For buyers looking to find a home that offers a luxurious lifestyle, Sterling Pointe, the community of designer homes for active adults in Franklin Township, N.J., offers the unique opportunity to own a high-end residence, while still maintaining the ability to purchase a second home.
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Whole Foods Celebrates One Year in Paramus

Wholefood- Whole Foods recently celebrated its first year at the Bergen Town Center in Paramus. Invited were Bergen County dignitaries, Mayor James Tedesco, Council Liaison Maureen O’Brien and members of the Paramus Chamber of Commerce.

The day’s celebration included:
An awards breakfast from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to celebrate the first successful year of Whole Foods Market Paramus. The breakfast attendees included The Paramus Chamber of Commerce, Bergen County Department of Labor, Bergen Community College Board and the many local non-profit organizations that have partnered with the store over the last year.
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Wagner: Taxpayers Who Contributed To Pensions For Corrupt Officals Deserve A Break

Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Monday announced she plans to introduce legislation that would provide relief to taxpayers who contributed money toward the pensions of officials who ended up being convicted of corruption.

“New Jersey communities that contributed hard-earned money to the pensions of corrupt officials deserve a break,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “Taxpayers expect honorable service, and they shouldn’t be financially penalized when they get otherwise.”
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Bergen Chapter Of NJAWBO To Host Networking Evening With Women Pro Soccer Players

Sky Blue Football Club
Special Family Event Features Coach and Players from Sky Blue Football Club

PARAMUS, N.J., April 5, 2010 – The Bergen chapter of the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) invites area professionals and families to network and meet key members of Sky Blue FC (Football Club), a professional women’s soccer team, on Wednesday, April 28 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The event is being sponsored by The NIA Group at the agency’s office at 66 Route 17 North in Paramus. The price is $20 for all adult attendees and free for children. Children ages 8 and up are welcome to attend, meet the players and have their photos taken with them.
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Reducing Waste

Reducing waste happens before the landfill.
We Americans produce over 4 pounds of garbage per person each day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. This adds up to 29 pounds per week and 1,600 pounds a year. What happens to all that trash?

Most garbage haulers dump the garbage at a transfer station. Recyclables are sorted mainly by hand, on a conveyer belt. Plastics, particularly numbers 1-7, are crushed and baled by a "Wall-e" type machine that produces perfect cubes.

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