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1/ Tawanda Rhodes had just lost her mother when she received a bill from Medicaid seeking $198,660.26 for her mother’s care.

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@ACLU_MD  @prezjackyoung  @CouncilmanBMSMeanwhile , Tawanda Jones says Young's exec order "does not do what we need it to do. " “The first line [of the executive order] should have said gag orders are unconstitutional, and it doesn’t,” Jones said.

Tawanda Rhodes was still grieving her mother, Edna, when she received a bill from MassHealth’s estate-recovery unit. For Edna’s five years on Medicaid, she owed $198,660.26. If she didn’t pay, the state would seize her mother’s home:

Tawanda Rhodes was making $1,400 a month and caring for her dying husband when she received a bill from Medicaid demanding $198,660.26 for her late mother’s care. If she couldn’t pay, the state would seize her mother’s home.

The three-story home had been in TawandaRhodes’s family for a generation when, upon her mother’s death, Medicaid threatened to seize the property if Rhodes didn’t pay the program $198,660.26 for her mother’s care.

The three-story home had been in TawandaRhodes’s family for a generation when, upon her mother’s death, Medicaid threatened to seize the property if Rhodes didn’t pay the program $198,660.26 for her mother’s care.

Tawanda Rhodes was still grieving her mother, Edna, when she received a bill from MassHealth’s estate-recovery unit. For Edna’s five years on Medicaid, she owed $198,660.26. If she didn’t pay, the state would seize her mother’s home:

Tawanda “Tee” Marie Hanible's first book draws on her experiences growing up in the foster care system, serving as a gunnery sergeant and founding the nonprofit Operation Heroes Connect.

Zimbabwean photographer Tawanda Kanhema is so keen to show his country's natural beauties that he's spending thousands of dollars on a photography trip around Zimbabwe to then upload the photos on Google Street View 🌄🌃 Guess where he started from?➡️

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Zimbabwean photographer Tawanda Kanhema is so keen to show his country's natural beauties that he's spending thousands of dollars on a photography trip around Zimbabwe to then upload the photos on Google Street View 🌄🌃 Guess where he started from?➡️

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"Often, defenders of women’s rights & gender equality are the first to come under attack, in a chilling signal that further repression of rights will come." ED , Kate Gilmore of & Tawanda Mutasah of via :

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