A disqualification is the equivalent of a suspension or revocation of your driving privileges, if you hold a Commercial Driver&aposs License (CDL). , depending on the nature of traffic violation(s) or criminal offense(s) that led to the disqualification. A disqualification does not affect your regular driving privileges however, if you are convicted of a violation that affect regular driving privileges, then your regular driving privileges may also be suspended or revoked. are mandated by both state and fed
Air Force applicants are neither asked nor required to reveal their sexual orientation. Furthermore, statements about sexual orientation will not bar anyone access into military service, admission to service academies, ROTC or any other accession program. Openly gay, lesbian or bisexual applicants will be evaluated according to the same criteria and requirements applicable to all others seeking entry into the military.
One option would be to amend the waiting period requirements for only a subgroup of the SSDI disabled. In particular, the waiting period requirements could be waived for SSDI beneficiaries whose health care problems are likely to result in death within years. Again, this expansion should not displace the current responsibility of employers under COBRA 1985 and OBRA 1989. Instead, Medicare could assist any low-income SSDI beneficiary falling into this group in buying into employer coverage that is available.