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North Carolina is working with a new law that it hopes will help the state deal with illegally uninsured employers more effectively.

House Bill 237 was widely supported after its introduction this year and was signed into law by Gov. Bev Purdue last weekend. But the measure became controversial as some state lawmakers and news outlets realized in the 11th hour the bill would close public access to the kind of information that allowed the Raleigh News & Observer to expose the problem of uninsured employers, which led to the bill's introduction in the first place.

The bill amends the state's workers' compensation laws to require the North Carolina Rate Bureau, which maintains policy data for insured employers in the state, to provide workers' compensation coverage information to the Industrial Commission, which enforces the state law requiring employers to be insured. It exempted information shared between the Rate Bureau and Industrial Commission from public record laws.

The intent of the exemption was not to close access but to prevent "orphans" in the system, as was the case before, when the Industrial Commission often learned a company was uninsured only after a worker was hurt on the job, according to Rep. Dale Folwell, R-Winston-Salem. A new bill was passed out of the legislature on July 3, Senate Bill 847, comprised of technical amendments to various laws, including the newly adopted workers' compensation bill, which allows for certain public access.

Sue Taylor, director of insurance operations for the rate bureau, said the technical amendment will keep employers' policy effective dates, cancellation dates and reinstatement dates public information. However, other information shared between the two agencies, such as companies' proprietary information, Social Security numbers, payroll information, names and addresses, will be exempted from public disclosure under the new law.

The draft regulations propose new requirements for employers to submit proof of insurance to the Industrial Commission and post workers' compensation insurance carrier information at work sites. There are other requirements intended to keep workers informed about their employer's compliance.

A statement by a workers' compensation attorney in that state though highlights the disconnect between us in the industry and those on the street, and why our our hopes that new laws to deal with industry issues may not have the impact that is intended.

Larry Baker, attorney for Cranfill Sumner & Harzog law firm and president of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys (NCADA), said, "As an employee, I think you want to know your employer is covered. But most workers probably don't look up their company's insurance information in the Industrial Commission's website."

Actually, my guess is that most workers don't even think about workers' compensation until after they are injured and even then may not realize that there is supposed to be coverage.

I certainly didn't as a young college student working in a hardware store in Lemon Grove, CA.

The best job I ever had (well, not monetarily...) was my introduction to workers' compensation. Working as a retail clerk selling hardware included fixing things that people brought into the store. Lots of fun.

Part of fixing things was repairing screen doors - basically installing new screen material. I had installed new screening material on a door and was trimming the excess when I missed and inflicted a nice clean laceration on my hand with a box knife.

Ouch. There was blood all over the place. My employer was very concerned. It was a decent sized cut. He shuttled me to the store's vehicle to take me to the hospital to get me sewn up.

I didn't have my medical insurance card, nor cash to cover the deductible and expressed that to my boss. He gave me that "Mr. Crabbs" look and said the bill would be covered by workers' compensation. Being the good employee that I was, I didn't understand the whole complex arrangement and didn't want to cause any problems for the store - after all this was the best job in the world!

I got repaired, I assume the hospital got paid, and likely there wasn't much impact on my boss' workers' compensation premium since it was a minor medical only claim - but I suspect at the age of 20 that I was like most workers are today: completely oblivious to workers' compensation insurance and laws.

So with all due respect to Mr. Baker - as an employee, not only did I not care that my employer was covered, I didn't even know what workers' compensation was, and still didn't understand anything even after I was treated.

All I knew was that I got hurt, everything was paid for and taken care of without any money out of my pocket, and I thought that was pretty cool because my employer took care of me.

I suppose the lesson is that we can all wish for better compliance and put into place laws that we hope will accomplish that, but unfortunately employees will not have an appreciation for workers' compensation until an injury occurs, and then it might be too late.

Source: http://daviddepaolo.blogspot.com/2012/07/north-carolina-hardware-stores-and.html

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HBT: Pedroia on DL with new thumb injury

Dustin Pedroia has played through a partially torn adductor muscle in his right thumb for much of the season, but now a ?new? thumb injury has forced the Red Sox second baseman to the disabled list.

Boston made the move official before tonight?s game, with manager Bobby Valentine telling reporters that Pedroia?s current injury is a sprained right thumb that?s unrelated to the previous injury and occurred Tuesday while diving for a ball defensively.

Valentine indicated during an interview with WEEI radio that the Red Sox hope to have Pedroia back shortly after the All-Star break, and in the meantime they called up infielder Pedro Ciriaco from Triple-A to take his roster spot.

Pedroia got off to a strong start this season, hitting .295 with an .850 OPS to basically duplicate his career norms through 48 games, but since suffering the initial thumb injury on May 28 he?s hit just .210 with a .587 OPS in 26 games.

Ciriaco is a 26-year-old journeyman who was signed as a minor-league free agent in January and has never hit much in the minors, so he?s more likely to serve as a bench depth than to fill in for Pedroia. Of course, with presumed fill-in Nick Punto hitting just .180 and third baseman Will Middlebrooks also banged up Valentine may feel like getting creative with the infield.

Source: http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/07/06/red-sox-put-dustin-pedroia-on-dl-with-new-thumb-injury/related/

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by Max Schroeder, SIP Forum FoIP TG Whip, and Marc Robins, SIP Forum Managing Director

The term ?willing to go-the-extra-mile? is used for the extra effort employed to complete a project or resolve a problem. ?In the communications industry, ?the last mile? is frequently used to emphasize that a communication must make it all the way from Point A to Point B.? Stopping at mile-marker 1.5 is simply not an option.? In the world of fax, this means that a sending fax device? must connect to the receiving one and stay connected for the duration of the call.? If this does not happen, the sending device will record the attempt as a failed fax.

Today?s global economy exists in great part because of the ability for people across great distances to communicate with each other in real-time.? The PSTN has evolved significantly from its analog roots and is transitioning to an all-IP-based digital network. It consists of thousands of interconnected service providers of all sizes and varying capabilities. For providers that have deployed? IP-based communications equipment on their networks, SIP is widely used to create and control these sessions.

The good news is that we have an increasingly interconnected global IP communications network that supports SIP.? The bad news is the current state of interoperability, as each provider must be very careful to ensure their networks and technology deployments can work seamlessly with all of the others with which they interconnect.? Although most of this focus regarding communications involves voice calls, achieving interoperability is particularly critical for fax communications.

Today?s fax technology is based on the T.30 protocol published by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in 1980 and the T.38 protocol published in 1998. Obviously T.30 was published prior to the rise of the Internet, and even T.38 was developed prior to widespread Internet implementation and use.? Global service providers see voice communications as the communications elephant in the room, and so focused first on VoIP.??? Fax over IP (FoIP) was not a priority until after VoIP was running smoothly and, to be fair, virtually 100% of fax machines are not IP-capable anyway.? The real value of FoIP is to integrate fax at the enterprise level using fax servers.? This allows users to leverage VoIP PBXs, for example, and facilitates full-blown unified communications. This is the point where the problems began to surface.? Simply put, today?s T.38 fax is simply not as reliable as legacy TDM fax.

This situation was recognized by the SIP Forum, which conducted a FoIP Interoperability Workshop in San Francisco on November 10, 2008, and a decision was made to study the issues in detail.? The Fax-over-IP Task Group was established and Version 1.0 of their Problem Statement was published in August 2009.

This was not the only organization that recognized a problem existed.? During the last quarter of 2009, Richard Shockey, current Chairman of the Board of the SIP Forum, initiated contact with the i3Forum (i3forum.org), which brings together more than 44 telecommunications operators representing a combined retail base in excess of one billion customers in over 80 countries.? A conference call was conducted in December followed by discussions at i3 Forum meetings in January and June of 2010.? Vendors and carriers both realized they could not do it separately and a joint effort was critical to make this project a success.? As a result, the organizations jointly announced the launch of an international test program.

A fax server was installed on-site at each of the i3 Forum carriers that volunteered.? The testing, which consisted of a fax broadcast from each participant to all others, was performed over a 14-week period in the first four months of 2011. Analysis and preliminary recommendations were completed over Q2-Q3 of 2011 and published in November.? The primary conclusion was that international FoIP based on G.711 pass-through and T.38 was not currently practical.

Recent SIP FoIP TG work has focused on this routing issue. In simple terms, if a call can be identified during the SIP initiation process as a fax (FoIP or G.711), then carriers could route the call properly and eliminate the timing issues.? There have been several alternatives suggested to be integrated into Phase II testing.? The most promising is a new feature that is part of a recent Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC which proposes a new ?media feature tag.? If this can be applied to contact headers (i.e. sip.fax), it may be a major part of the solution.

Currently the Task Group is working with the appropriate standards bodies and i3Forum to present findings and recommendations for additional discussion and comment.

More at sipforum.org

Source: http://www.telecomreseller.com/2012/07/07/the-state-of-foip-and-work-in-progress/

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Amazing vintage chinese export coral cabochon ring.

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Video: Obama, Romney celebrate holiday



>>> and what would july 4th be without some presidential politics . both mitt romney and president obama marked the holiday today. white house correspondent kristen welker joins us from the white house . good evening, kristen .

>> reporter: good evening to you, kate. president obama is hosting military members and their families at the white house this evening. mitt romney marked the day in new hampshire where he is also vacationing. like independence day in past election years, both candidates kept an eye trained on november.

>> for just as we remain a nation of laws, we have to remain a nation of immigrants.

>> reporter: it didn't take long for patriotism to give way to politics during this morning's naturalization ceremony.

>> i here by declare on oath.

>> reporter: 25 active members of the military were sworn in as u.s. citizens .

>> congratulations.

>> reporter: the president took full advantage of his bully pulpit , touting his recent decision to block the deportation of some illegal immigrants and calling for even broader measures.

>> that's why we still need a dream act , why america's success demands comprehensive immigration reform .

>> reporter: as the president was reaching beyond the white house to court latino voters.

>> good to see you. thank you. happy 4th to you.

>> reporter: mitt romney was showing a flag at a parade in the swing state of new hampshire. but it was last week's supreme court ruling on health care that took center stage . at issue, the ongoing political debate about whether requiring americans to pay a fee if they don't buy health insurance is a tax or a penalty. today romney contradicted his top campaign adviser eric fernstrom and called it a tax.

>> supreme court is the final word, right? they said it was a tax. so it's a tax, of course.

>> reporter: earlier this week he called it and a similar fee in massachusetts health care reform a penalty.

>> the governor believes what we put in place in massachusetts was a penalty, and he disagrees with the court's ruling that the mandate was a tax.

>> reporter: the obama campaign accused romney of contradicting his own campaign and himself.

>> we believe in america.

>> reporter: but romney aides say the two views of consistent. the war of words comes as the president prepares for a bus tour a in ohio and pennsylvania where he'll have company, bobby jindal , vp picks will shadow the president. the trip could be shadowed by the jobs report. the last report showed the unemployment ticked up. the president really can't afford that trend to continue with the election just four months away. kate.

>> kristen welker watching it all at the white house tonight. thank you.

Source: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/nightly-news/48074514/

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In a photo made May 8, 2012, a yellow ribbon is seen in Vassar, Mich., in support of Travis Mills. Family and community are rallying around the ?Superman? soldier from Mich. who lost all 4 limbs in IED blast. (AP Photo/Mike Householder)

In a photo made May 8, 2012, a yellow ribbon is seen in Vassar, Mich., in support of Travis Mills. Family and community are rallying around the ?Superman? soldier from Mich. who lost all 4 limbs in IED blast. (AP Photo/Mike Householder)

In an undated photo provided by the Mills family, Travis Mills is seen in his hospital bed with his wife Kelsey and daughter Chloe at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. Mills served two deployments to Afghanistan without a major injury, and then is a second an IED explosion changed everything. Today the 25-year-old is a quadruple amputee, one of only five servicemen from any military branch to have survived such an injury during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, is recovering and describes his situation plainly: I just had a bad day at work. His family _ especially his wife, Kelsey _ admires him for that. (AP Photo/Mills Family)

VASSAR, Mich. (AP) ? Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills served two deployments to Afghanistan without suffering anything close to a major injury. Then, in a second, everything changed.

On patrol during his third tour in April, Mills put his bag down on an improvised explosive device, which tore through the decorated high school athlete's muscular 6-foot-3 frame. Within 20 seconds of the IED explosion, a fast-working medic affixed tourniquets to all four of Mills' limbs to ensure he wouldn't bleed to death.

"I was yelling at him to get away from me," Mills remembers. "I told him to leave me alone and go help my guys.

"And he told me: 'With all due respect, Sgt. Mills, shut up. Let me do my job.'"

The medic was able to save Mills' life but not his limbs. Today, the 25-year-old Mills is a quadruple amputee, one of only five servicemen from any military branch to have survived such an injury during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, said Maria Tolleson, a spokeswoman at U.S. Army Medical Command. And instead of serving alongside his unit, he has been spending his days based at Walter Reed Medical Center, working on rehabilitation after the accident that dramatically altered the trajectory of his life.

Mills doesn't dwell on that. Sitting in his hospital bed, he describes his situation plainly: "I just had a bad day at work."

His family ? especially his wife, Kelsey ? admires him for that.

"I think he's Superman. I really do," she said. "It's amazing to see just how lucky he is. I mean, he's the luckiest unlucky guy."

Mills' recovery is expected to last at least a year. Already, there have been victories: A procedure performed at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center alleviated the excruciating phantom limb pains Mills was experiencing in the first weeks he was stateside.

He approaches each therapy session methodically, practically.

"There's no reason to sit here and look out the window and feel sorry for myself," Mills told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from Walter Reed. "It happened. I can't change the fact that it happened. I can't turn back time."

At Walter Reed, Mills is doing exercises designed to make his body leaner while strengthening his core, hip flexors, pectorals and shoulders. He bounces on a trampoline, trying to execute 90-degree turns with his torso. "There's nothing I really don't like (about PT), except I can't do two-a-days yet," Mills jokes.

While he's in the midst of getting his permanent prosthetics, Mills currently needs assistance to do things that most people take for granted, such as cooking and cleaning or walking and running. As often as Walter Reed doctors let him, Mills makes his way to the Military Advanced Training Center to strengthen his body and prepare for long-term prosthetics. He currently has all four beginner prosthetics.

"They push you to your limit, then they push you a little more," said Mills, a high school football, basketball and baseball star who is more accustomed to bench-pressing and squatting to get bigger.

While he works at learning to use his new artificial limbs, Mills has an army of supporters behind him. On the Facebook page, nearly 20,000 people are tracking his progress and cheering him on virtually through messages.

The page serves as a window into his recovery, and his supporters watch eagerly as he surpasses milestones. When he began to walk on his prosthetics for the first time, a camera followed him as he nudged forward on a small track. With red and white sneakers laced on his prosthetic legs, and crutches gripping his artificial hands, he methodically takes one step at a time while tethered with a harness to the ceiling.

He doesn't just take a few steps. He walks the whole track.

"This is your first day?" an incredulous voice says from nearby.

"Yes, yes it is," he responds proudly, taking another step.

A short time later, another video showed more progress: He walks faster now, swifter than his first deliberate gait.

Videos also show him learning to roll and come to a sitting position in his bed, and learning, patiently, to use an artificial hand. One clip shows him removing colorful clamps from a bar and dropping them in a bucket. Another shows him using that same hand to feed baby food his infant daughter, Chloe.

"Turkey and rice, tastes so nice!" he sings, as the baby girl opens wide and flaps her hands.

Only a half-year older than his injuries, Chloe has been a significant source of inspiration to Mills. He was there when she was born on the base at Fort Bragg, N.C. He left 4 months later for Afghanistan. Now, she sees him every day ? sometimes helping him with his recovery.

Some videos show Mills doing crunches on his bed with an elated Chloe on his torso. In another video, he straps her into his wheelchair and zips around as she waves her hands in excitement.

Mills repeatedly talks of how "blessed" he is to be alive.

"Now I can watch my little girl grow up and see my wife and family again, and everything's good to go," he said. "I didn't die, so that's good. You've got to look at the positive things."

Mills' prognosis moving forward isn't clear, but there have been advances in working with patients who suffer similar injuries. Dr. Karen Pechman, who runs the amputee rehabilitation program at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital in White Plains, N.Y., said "only in the past few decades has the medical care existed that enables" people who incur the trauma or disease states that would result in quadruple amputees to survive, so it's not yet known whether those who lose all their limbs have their life expectancy diminished.

"There is nothing inherent medically about amputation that would affect subsequent health," Pechman said. "It is ... the activity level achieved by the patient that may impact on subsequent health."

As he recovers, Mills' story is compelling thousands to take notice and offer support. Recognizing that the family will face costs not covered by the Army and insurance, a fund has been set up for his family. There have been 5K runs held in his honor. T-shirts printed. Concerts, golf tournaments, motorcycle rides. Under the banner of hundreds who call themselves "Team Mills," fundraisers have been held in Kelsey's home state of Texas, in North Carolina where the couple lived and many places in between.

Nowhere has more been done, though, than in Michigan, where a recent spaghetti dinner at an American Legion post netted tens of thousands in donations. In Mills' hometown of Vassar, it's hard to find a tree, lamppost or telephone pole without a yellow or red, white and blue ribbon attached. Businesses throughout the 2,700-resident town feature signs encouraging prayer for the Mills family.

"I wouldn't want to go through it. I don't know anybody that would," said Paul Wojno, the principal at Vassar High School and the father of one of Mills' best childhood friends. "But ... if I had to pick one kid in this school that has recently graduated, I'd say Travis would be the one to try to do it."

Mills recently achieved his goal of progressing to the point that doctors OKed his move to a nearby outpatient facility that allows him to live with Kelsey and Chloe. Now, he's setting his sights on September, when his unit returns to Fort Bragg.

"I'll be there, hopefully on my prosthetics, and I'll be standing in my uniform and I'll have an arm on my right and left side and I'll be able to salute them as they come in. And I'll be standing there waiting for them," he said.

As for all of the supporters who call him a hero?

"Just because stuff happened to me, I don't think it makes me a hero," he said. "I think it just makes me a guy that did his job, knew the consequences of what could happen and something happened."

___

Follow Mike Householder on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mikehouseholder

___

Online:

Travis Mills ? American Hero: http://www.travismills.org

Support for Travis Mills and Family Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/118339459481

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