The following federal court case, which pertains to rights of the disabled, names Jay J. Sangerman’s practice as an example of a Medicaid practice which the Court describes in coming to a conclusion as to what localities should be sites for voter registration. For information pertaining to Mr. Sangerman’s practice, please click here.
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
For the Second Circuit
August Term, 1999 (Argued: November 15, 1999 Decided: January 26, 2000 )
Disabled in Action of Metropolitan New York, Jovita Acosta, Tisheca Luckey and
Marva L. Hammons, Administrator, New York City Human Resources Administration, Barbara A. DeBuono, Commissioner, New York State Department of Health, Brian J. Wing, Acting Commissioner, New York State Department of Social Services, State of New York, George E. Pataki, Governor of the State of New York; James L. Stone, Commissioner, New York State Department of Mental Health, Thomas A. Maul, Commissioner, New York State Department of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Richard P. Mills, Commissioner, New York State Department of Education, John L. Behan, Director, New York State Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Walter G. Hoefer, Director, New York State Office of the Aging, Jean Somers Miller, Commissioner, New York State Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Alexander F. Treadwell, New York State Secretary of State, Robert R. Snashall, Chairman, New York State Workers’ Compensation Board and Thomas R. Wilkey, Executive Director, New York State Board of Elections, in their official capacities.
This entire matter is found at https://www.tourolaw.edu/FTP/SecondCircuit/January00/98-9536.rtf