IPC Applauds Court Decision to Stick to Schedule in SSA No Match Regulation Litigation
Released on Sun, Dec 07, 2008
A federal judge in San Francisco has denied a government request to quickly issue a final decision on whether the Bush Administration may implement its new Social Security Administration (SSA)"no match" rules. The lawsuit brought by labor unions and employers seeking to block the rule will move forward under a standard schedule, and a decision will not come until late February or March of 2009.
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