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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Estate of Wilson v. Div. of Social Services

... Pursuant to Title XIX of the Social Security Act, the Medicaid program "`provid[es] federal financial assistance to States that choose to reimburse certain costs of medical treatment for needy persons.'" Schweiker v. Gray Panthers, 453 US 34, 36, 101 S.Ct. ...

State v. Barron

... Armstead asked Defendant if he knew his social security number, and Defendant replied that he did not. Armstead asked county booking to print off Charles Barron's last arrest sheet. ... [State:] Tell the jury where the Social Security number [on Defendant's arrest sheet] came from. ...

Shaw v. US Airways, Inc.

... While plaintiff's contributions were not subject to federal income tax at the time they were "earned" by plaintiff, they remained subject to federal Medicare and Social Security taxes. Internal Revenue Serv., US Dep't of the Treasury, Publ'n No. ...