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Earn $80 by participaing in a study about voting accessibility

**Participants Needed for Accessibility and Usability Evaluations of Voting Systems**

Maryland will be moving to a new voting system by 2016. The State Board of Elections has contracted with the University of Baltimore (UB) to conduct a study of potential voting systems to ensure that the system chosen is fully accessible to voters with disabilties.

UB is looking for testers with a range of disabilities for the study, which will take place in Baltimore at UB. The study pays $80 per hour. Testers must be over 18 and eligible to vote.

Special Education & Medicaid Fair Hearing Training for Pro Bono Lawyers

Date: 
Tue, 10/25/2011 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm

SPECIAL EDUCATION AND MEDICAID FAIR HEARING TRAINING

Co-Sponsored by Maryland Disability Law Center (MDLC) and Pro Bono Resource Center (PBRC)

This training is for attorneys who are interested in accepting Special Education and Medicaid cases from MDLC on a pro bono basis.

Location
Location Name: 
Circuit Court for Cecil County
Address1: 
129 East Main Street
City: 
Elkton
State: 
MD
Zip: 
21921
Contact
Name: 
Kiah T. Elmore
Phone: 
410-837-9379 x3053
Sponsor: 
Maryland Disability Law Center & Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
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