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Admission In corrections, the entry of an offender into the legal jurisdiction of a correctional agency or into the physical custody of a correctional facility.
Adversarial System The two-sided structure under which American criminal trial courts operate that pits the prosecution against the defense. In theory, justice is done when the most effective adversary is able to convince the judge or jury that his or her perspective on the case is the correct one.
Affirmative Defense A defense raised in a responsive pleading (answer) relating a new matter as a defense to the complaint; affirmative defenses might include contributory negligence or estopped in civil actions; in criminal cases insanity, duress, or self-defense might be used.
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1996 Welfare Act “PRAWORA” - The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act - Placed added restrictions on benefits for aliens.
Federation for American Immigration Reform
All children from birth to age 6 with family incomes up to 133% ($29,700 for a family of four in 2011) and children age 6-18 with family incomes up to 100% ($22,350 for a family of four in 2011) are eligible for Medicaid. Other eligible children include infants born to women covered by Medicaid (known as “deemed newborns”), certain children in foster care or an adoption assistance program and certain children with disabilities.
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Eligibility levels for parents/caretaker relatives vary across the country and there is currently no federal requirement that states provide coverage to non-pregnant adults without dependent children. The Affordable Care Act creates a national minimum eligibility standard of 133% of the federal poverty level (FPL), beginning in 2014, which will include coverage of most adults under age 65 at this income level.
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