What services are covered?

 
Use the module required and optional materials and your own research to respond to the following questions:
Locate the Web site for your state’s health department.
Summarize eligibility criteria for the Medicaid program in your state of residence.
Describe your state’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP). What is it called? Who is eligible? What services are covered?

What is it called?

 
Use the module required and optional materials and your own research to respond to the following questions:
Locate the Web site for your state’s health department.
Summarize eligibility criteria for the Medicaid program in your state of residence.
Describe your state’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP). What is it called? Who is eligible? What services are covered?
– MY STATE IS SOUTH CAROLINA

How is it the same?

 Label each entry as you do them whether it’s the title or numbers. Take a look at the requirements and example below and what’s attached.  
What’s required?
Three learning journal entries per week (described below). At least one journal entry per week must address our semester reading, Our Own Worst Enemy, and other readings related to our special focus this semester: threats to US democracy and ways those threats can be mitigated.
Read the prompt details below and reach out if any questions. You aren’t graded on your political views. You are graded on whether you support your views with credible sources and evidence. Credible sources do not include opinionated commentators like Tucker Carlson or Michael Moore. They can be fun to listen to but are not college assignment sources. So too social media memes and conspiracy theories. I’m not joking. People have cited them. Provide evidence and citations to back up your claims to help others fairly evaluate your arguments. Anyone should be able to go to the materials you relied on upon and see for themselves to confirm, disconfirm or challenge your reading of that material. Then, and only then, can a free and open, and INFORMED discussion take place. No one is limiting your right to free speech by asking you to back up your claims, for additional evidence, or questioning the credibility of your sources.
Avoid logical fallacies
You’ll also find common logical fallacies (aka BS arguments) defined on the second part of this page. Once again, use it as a checklist and make sure you are making the best possible case for your point of view in your journals. 
Questions to address for each idea in a learning journal
Once you have your three ideas (plus one optional extra credit idea) for the week answer the following four questions for each idea:
1) What was the one idea that struck you and why?
2) How does it connect to what you are learning about in class?
What does this mean? Step 1: As you read each section introduction and each page keep notes on the main idea- something that can be written in a sentence or a short phrase. Step 2: What is the main idea of both the module and the section on your topic page is located in? Step 3: What is the main idea you are writing or about or addressing in your journal entry? Step 4: Go back to your notes. What are the other main ideas from this section or module? Step 5: What main idea is your topic an example of? How does it compare to the other main idea(s)? How is it the same? How is it different? Your answer to Step 5 is your answer to question 2 on how your journal entry connects to what you learning in class.
3) How did it expand your understanding?
4) What would you like to learn more about?
Here are the journal entries
#1: Democracy Threatens Freedom (see attachment below)   
#2:  We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim
We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim | Lawrence Lessig – YouTube 

What’s required?

Label each entry as you do them whether it’s the title or numbers.
Take a look at the requirements and example below and what’s attached.  
What’s required?
Three learning journal entries per week (described below). At least one journal entry per week must address our semester reading, Our Own Worst Enemy, and other readings related to our special focus this semester: threats to US democracy and ways those threats can be mitigated.
Read the prompt details below and reach out if any questions. You aren’t graded on your political views. You are graded on whether you support your views with credible sources and evidence. Credible sources do not include opinionated commentators like Tucker Carlson or Michael Moore. They can be fun to listen to but are not college assignment sources. So too social media memes and conspiracy theories. I’m not joking. People have cited them. Provide evidence and citations to back up your claims to help others fairly evaluate your arguments. Anyone should be able to go to the materials you relied on upon and see for themselves to confirm, disconfirm or challenge your reading of that material. Then, and only then, can a free and open, and INFORMED discussion take place. No one is limiting your right to free speech by asking you to back up your claims, for additional evidence, or questioning the credibility of your sources.
Avoid logical fallacies
You’ll also find common logical fallacies (aka BS arguments) defined on the second part of this page. Once again, use it as a checklist and make sure you are making the best possible case for your point of view in your journals. 
Questions to address for each idea in a learning journal
Once you have your three ideas (plus one optional extra credit idea) for the week answer the following four questions for each idea:
1) What was the one idea that struck you and why?
2) How does it connect to what you are learning about in class?
What does this mean? Step 1: As you read each section introduction and each page keep notes on the main idea- something that can be written in a sentence or a short phrase. Step 2: What is the main idea of both the module and the section on your topic page is located in? Step 3: What is the main idea you are writing or about or addressing in your journal entry? Step 4: Go back to your notes. What are the other main ideas from this section or module? Step 5: What main idea is your topic an example of? How does it compare to the other main idea(s)? How is it the same? How is it different? Your answer to Step 5 is your answer to question 2 on how your journal entry connects to what you learning in class.
3) How did it expand your understanding?
4) What would you like to learn more about?
Here are the journal entries
#1: Social Sorting A Deeper Dive (see attachment below)   
#2: Dive Why Can’t We Get Along?
Jonathan Haidt: How common threats can make common (political) ground – YouTube 
#3: One Explanation for How Liberals and Conservatives See the World
Jonathan Haidt: The moral roots of liberals and conservatives – YouTube 

How are they measured?

Produce a memo addressed to a key administrator in the organization you are targeting.
Using information gathered from  interviews or other sources of research,   assess the department or organization that you have chosen.
This assessment should include how the organization is set up to handle issues of equity.
As you discuss the organization with key stakeholders, you should begin to identify the organization’s strengths, weaknesses, and risks as it relates to rolling out a data-centered or technological approach. 
Your submission may be structured by answering the following questions:
What are the organization’s current outcomes? How are they measured? Do they serve all or just a few?
How could this organization produce outcomes that are more equitable?
Is the current team ready to adopt data or tech driven approaches?
What are strengths &  weaknesses inherent with what this  organization does?
What are some opportunities or  barriers to adopting data or technology?
Who are potential early adopters and champions of the proposed reforms?
Who in this organization handles technology / innovation / data. Does the organization need to be trained on specific technologies like GIS or collecting data using sensors?
Identify risks or concerns that may come up when using the new technology or collecting the data
Can this organization partner with other organizations (public or private, internal or external) to help advance your reform plans?
MUST REFLECT CRITICAL ANALYSIS. This means making strong and clear arguments in support of OR against specific approaches or strategies that the organization is currently taking or not taking in advancing your reform plans.

Please review bill of rights scenarios pdf on week 5 module. 

 
Please review Bill of Rights Scenarios PDF on Week 5 Module.   The document contains Bill of Rights case scenarios.  There are 12 scenarios.  Read carefully and please identify the problem with the case.  
Correct Answer: 
Scenario 1: Violation of the 6th Amendment. Guarantee of the Right to Counsel.

Is our government in permanent gridlock?

need study help 
watch video to answer question 
https://www.pbs.org/video/constitution-usa-peter-sagal-gridlock-built-constitution/
The following question should be answered after viewing the PBS video on gridlock. (Make sure to reference examples from the video in your answer.)
Madison’s separation of powers has worked too well in recent decades, some would say. It seems that Congresses and our Presidents are increasingly unable to find compromises to pass legislation needed by the Republic.
What do you think? Is our government in permanent gridlock? If so, is that a good or bad thing? Comment in detail.

Discuss in detail the current impact of  television, radio, newspapers, and social media in informing the american people with news.

i need help studying 
Provide at least one complete paragraph response to each of the following ten questions as appropriate. Detailed examples should be included in all answers.
1. Define and discuss the top three primary agents of political socialization in order of significance. Provide specific examples of these your own life if you can.
2. How does the U.S. compare to other democracies in terms of voting turnout? In you answer be sure to list and explain the three factors (in order of significance) that correlate with one’s likelihood of voting.
3.With reference to the Media, define the terms sensationalism, and infotainment. Discuss how these ideas play out in the news we watch on television and social media. Be sure to provide detailed examples. 
4. Discuss in detail the current impact of  television, radio, newspapers, and social media in informing the American people with news. In your answer, discuss how these media differ in impact on the baby boom and millennial generations.
5.Define and discuss the concepts of party realignment and dealignment. Identify and discuss one realigning election in American history. With reference to realignment and dealignment,  how would you characterize the state of party alignment today? Explain.View keyboard shortcuts
6.Define and explain the significance of each of the following:
Primary Election Party Platform Party Identification
7. Carefully discuss how the Electoral College works. Detail every stage and discuss the basic mathematics. In terms of electoral strategy, what are red states, blue states, and swing states? 
8. With reference to the lecture on public opinion, provide three attributes of a reliable public opinion survey and comment on why each is important.
9.Define the term ideology. What are the basic differences between liberals and conservatives in America? In your answer provide issue positions for each and provide an example of a prominent liberal and conservative politician. 
10.What is a lobbyist? What are two sources of influence lobbyists use when calling on governmental officials? 
Provide an example of each of the following: Public Sector Interest Group, Single Issue Interest Group, Economic Interest Group

This is the written part of the db and will have a word count of 250(minimum). 

This is the written part of the DB and will have a word count of 250(minimum).  
 Read “The Big Issues Facing HR” let me know if you agree with this growing problem of big issues for HRM or not impacting public employees and Why? 
link: https://www.shrm.org/hr-today/news/hr-magazine/0316/pages/the-big-issues-facing-hr.aspx?utm_source=summari