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Not Ready to Go Back Into the Office? These 6 Companies Are Hiring Remotely.

I blinked and it’s already nearing the end of summer! Happy August to my spoonie friends and readers. Writing this article, I was preparing to head home to Cape Cod to celebrate the Forth of July with my family. I haven’t been home to Massachusetts since 2019, which feels like an eternity ago.

While I was excited for a mini-vacation, I’m also beyond thrilled about the amount of flexible work opportunities I’ve seen pop up in the last few months. A year and a half ago, when we launched Chronically Capable, it felt a bit like “pulling teeth” to get employers to understand the benefits of including those living with chronic illnesses and disabilities in their workplaces.

Now, 18 months later, we are inundated with new employers joining our

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I blinked and it’s already nearing the end of summer! Happy August to my spoonie friends and readers. Writing this article, I was preparing to head home to Cape Cod to celebrate the Forth of July with my family. I haven’t been home to Massachusetts since 2019, which feels like an eternity ago.
On Tuesday, July 6, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit overturned a 2020 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ban on the use of electric shock devices on developmentally disabled children and adults. The court, in its 2 to 1 decision, ruled that the ban regulated the “practice of medicine,” rendering it beyond the FDA’s authority. The question of how electric shocks constitute medicine is not immediately apparent.

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