North Carolina State Rep Larry Womble filed a bill on Thursday. that would provide $ 20,000 in compensation for each survivor of the state compulsory sterilization program , which ended in the mid-1970s, the AP / Winston-Salem Journal reports . The bill would allocate $ 69,000 filed in fiscal year 2005-2006 to a eugenic sterilization Compensation Fund claims with the state Department of Health and Human Services by 30 June 2009 http://cialissverige.org/lakemedel-online.html . Was If approved, pass the legislation with effect from July 1 to cover. Addition, with the consent of additional funding - which would be estimated by the State Department of Health - the legislature would also educational assistance, counseling , and health insurance compulsory sterilization survivors received compensation deliver.
Sterilized and files bill would be the $ 20,000 in compensation for forced sterilization program SurvivorsPrevious Compensation recommendations North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley in April 2003, a committee - to examine whether those who the under - the first of its kind nationwide law were sterilized should be compensated. The Committee recommended and approved in September 2003, Easley provisions advocated educational benefits, health care financing and other services for survivors. Easley, a recommendation, a monument to honor people who have been sterilized, and also information on the program in the state 's history curriculum Web site. The recommended services were not approved, according to the AP / Journal (AP / Winston-Salem Journal, 'courtesy of kaisernetwork.org kaisernetwork.org emphasis You can view the entire Kaiser Daily Reproductive Health Report view looking in the archives or subscribe sign up for e-mail delivery at Kaiser Daily Reproductive Health Report is for imperial network. Addition a free service of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation, All rights reserved.
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