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August 1995 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Business Supports ADA Program: Republican Lawmakers Create a Red Herring, by Alan A. Reich It's About Time: Legislators Start to Worry About Transit, by Bill Smith Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Minnesotans Seeking Greater Pay Phone TTY Accessibility, by Michael Zeledon Disability and Story, by Rev. Judy Conn Hello Nicole, by Nicole Real Affirmative Action is an Attitude, by LeAnne Dahl Franny ...

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June 1995 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Are We Winning or Losing? Moving Forward on the Slippery Slope, A Challenge, by Charlie Smith Attacks on ADA Escalate, by Justin Dart Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Hennepin County Embraces ADA, by Peter McLaughlin Summer Reading Ideas, by Mary Jane Steinhagen Hello Nicole, by Nicole Sine Qua Non, by Bill Smith Deaf, Funny, and Controversial: Lew Golan Speaks at U of M, by Adam Quinn The 1995 ...

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September 1994 Issue

Contributors: Labor Day and Disability Pride: Local Celebration Refutes the Lewis Attitude, by Adam Quinn Speaking Out in D.C. by Richard Mathison Employment Center for Visually Impaired Opens, by Deborah Peterson Editor’s Column, Charlie Smith Health Benefit Plans and the ADA, by Carolyn Emerson MN Athlete Brings Home Medals, by Access Press Staff Hallonbeck, Driscoll Set Records in 1994 Kaiser Roll, by Access ...

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August 1993 Issue

Contributors: Trip Assurance Cancelled - Again, Can Everybody Get By Until October and What Then? by William A. Smith, Jr. Boom Island Park Hosts '93 ADA Fest, by Adam Quinn Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Religion and Disability, by Mary Jean Steinhagen Hello Nicole, by Nicole Aging - It's Not Just Staying Alive, by Eunice McClurg & LeAnne Dahl The Power of To: by Gordon Gillesby PDF copy of August 1993

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July 1993 Issue

Contributors: Accessible Summer Activities Still Abound, by Adam Quinn Mendota Heights Mother and Daughter Testify Before United States Subcommittee, by Lee Swanson DRA Closes Shop - Forever? by Charlie Smith Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Use It or Lose It. . . Normal Aging, Movement and You, by Osa Jackson-Wyatt Hello Nicole, by Nicole Aging - It's Just Not Staying Alive, by Eunice McClurg and LeAnne Dahl The Power of To: by Gordon Gillesby PDF Copy of July ...

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May 1993 Issue

Contributors: All About Shriners Hospital, by Beth Webber Sensitivity to Chemicals is not a Neurosis, by Marybeth Bachele Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Sister Kenny Institute Honor Patient of the Year, by Sister Kenny Institute Town Meetings Invite Public Comment on County Budget, by Peter McLaughlin Very Special Arts Could Use Your Help, by Craig Dunn Hello Nicole, by Nicole What Visually Impaired People Should Know About Social Security, by Access Press Staff Review: Family Guide to Medication ...

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April 1993 Issue

Contributors: Rationing Health Care? Experts Explain, by Adam Quinn Introducing DRAGnet - All You Need to Know, by Gordon Gillesby Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Voices for Disability Rights First Annual Meeting, by Deborah Peterson System is Broken - You Must Help Repair It, by Charlie Smith Tendon Transfer Surgery Helps Improve Hand Function, by Sister Kenny Institute Positive Impacts of President Clinton's Economic Stimulus Package, by Peter McLaughlin ADAPT - Ready to ...

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February 1993 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Change & Challenge for Metro Mobility, by Bill Smith Access Press Given Outstanding Media Award, by Adam Quinn Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Definition of "Wellness" Varies with Each Individual, by Peg Keller of the Sister Kenny Institute Opening Up County Government, by Peter McLaughlin Can Minnesota's Health Care System Work for People with Disabilities? by The Coalition on Health Care Issues for Persons ...

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January 1993 Issue

Contributors: Understanding Health Care Proposals by Tom Brick Guthrie Theatre Offers Audio Description to Visually Impaired Patrons by Access Press Staff Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Twenty Ways to Make Living Easier with Arthritis, by Sister Kenny Institute Fairness for a Change: A Progressive View of Taxation, by Mel Duncan Hello Nicole, by Nicole Access to the Arts Taking Shape, by Craig Dunn State Council on Disabilities ...

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November 1992 Issue

Contributors: ARC: Humble Beginnings - Big Achievements - by Adam Quinn A New Era Begins? - by Bill Smith Editor's Column - Charlie Smith Medical Issues and Disability - by Sister Kenny Institute We Can Make the City Better - but It's Up to Us  - by Steve Cramer Hello Nicole - by Nicole Fairview Hospitals Rehab Facilities, by Access Press Staff Here's the .pdf copy of November 1992

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October 1992 Issue

Contributors: October is Disability Awareness Month, by Adam Quinn Awareness Month Kickoff Rally Held at Capitol, by Bill Smith Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith October is Disability Awareness Month, by Sister Kenny Institute Guest Columnist, by Marty Cushing Hello Nicole, by Nicole Access Press Asks Area Hospitals to Summarize Rehab Services, by Access Press Staff PDF Copy of October 1992

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September 1992 Issue

Contributors: Colleges Do More Than Open Doors - Most Currently Exceeds ADA Regulations - by Adam Quinn Ramstad Forum Explains Work Incentive Programs - by Charlie Smith Voices for Disability Rights - by Rod and Sandy Morgan Editor's Column - Charlie Smith Rehab Helps People Achieve Their Highest Level of Independence - by Sister Kenny Institute Hennepin County to Evaluate Accessibility ...

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August 1992 Issue

Contributors: New Employment Rules Take Effect: Disabilties Act Celebrated at Lake Phalen Picnic, by Adam Quinn Wellstone Introduces Universal Health Care Act, by Access Press Staff Straight Talk on Metro Mobility (No Misinformation This Time), by Charlie Smith Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Newly Organized Political Action Group Growing Rapidly, by Sandy Morgan Chemical Dependency is a Health Care Issue, by Sister ...

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June 1992 Issue

Contributors: No Change in Metro Mobility in '92 - RTB Has "Ideas" For 1993 - So Do Lots of Others, by Adam Quinn A Second Anniversary Issue for Access Press by Charlie Smith Editor's Column by Charlie Smith New PAC to Work on Disability Issues, by Rod and Sandy Morgan Legislative Harmony Sacrificed Fairness, by Mel Duncan Hello Nicole, by Nicole Nutrition and Physical Disabilities, by Sister Kenny Institute RTB Outlines the Proposed Changes in Metro Mobility, by Access ...

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April 1992 Issue

Contributors: The PCA Battle Appears to be Won, by Adam Quinn Metro Mobility May Be Abandoned, by William A. Smith Jr. Editor's Column, by Charlie Smith Legislative Process Threatens Those Relying on Present Programs, by Jackie Alfonso, of United Handicapped Federation Peer Counseling Available, by Sister Kenny Institute The Future is Now Flexible Work Options, by Peter McLaughlin Hello Nicole, by Nicole Unique Service Offers Opportunities to People with Disabilities, by Sister ...

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March 1992 Issue

Contributors: Mary Bernhardus Kay L. Ellingson Peter McLaughlin Nicole Pamela Parker Adam Quinn Charlie Smith William A. Smith, Jr. Leah Welch PDF Copy of March 1992

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November 1991 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Self Support Can be Achieved by Toni Zachariae Watt Metro Mobility Fare Change Disappoints Riders (Again), by Adam Quinn Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith St. Paul Councilman Fixes Tickets - for a Lot of Handicapped Drivers, by Dave Thune U Medical School Plans to Drop Occupational Therapy, by Willam A. Smith Two More Views on Minnesota Health Care: Minnesota COACCT Wants ...

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Project for Pride in Living: Minneapolis Agency Teaches Self-Sufficiency, Tackles Unemployment, Affordable Housing And More

ACCESS Press has long felt that Project for Pride in Living represents something very extraordinary in community service organizations.  Inspired by founder and director Joe Selvaggio’s optimistic approach to inner city problem solving, the organization has grown in many directions since it’s beginning in 1972.   Recognition of the complexity of low income living in our cities ...

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November 1990 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Conference Bridges Ability Gap, by Adam Quinn Minneapolis Rehabilitation Center, by Access Press Staff Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Tamarack Habilitation Technologies: "Human Engineering" Earmarks New Firm, by Michael Sheehan Project VITAL Offers Creative Life Experience, by LeAnne Dahl Legal Aid: What is Prior Authorization, by Access Press Staff AbleNet Workshops Train Educators, Caregivers, by Access Press Staff Sister Kenny Institute: Rehab, ...

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August 1990 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Feds 1, Work Ethic 0 in State Spenddown Fiasco, by Jim Barton ADA Passes; Fete Set Aug. 17, by Access Press Staff Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Legal Aid: The Community Social Services Act, by Pat Siebert Hospitality Job Opportunities Grow, by Adam Quinn Access to Services: An Exercise in Absurdity? by Harold Kerner The Access Press Political Inquiry/August 1990: The ...

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May 1990 Issue

Articles/Contributors: Greenfield Tops 125 Bills in 12 Years, by Access Press Staff Chemical Dependency: The Avoided Issue, by Sharon Schaschl, RN, BSN, CCDP & Dennis Straw, CCDP Editor’s Column, by Charlie Smith Courage, Timberwolves Announce Partnership, by Access Press Staff Service Club Platform: Dignity, by Adam Quinn ADA "Civil Rights" Act Vote Near, by Access Press Staff Here's the May 1990 issue, ...

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