WASHINGTON, D.C. A special reporters sourcebook explaining these programs, and providing a list of experts, has just been posted on the website of the National Academy of Social Insurance, www.nasi.org.
This tool was developed by veteran reporter Bob Rosenblatt (formerly of the LA Times) for busy reporters, giving a clear explanation of Social Security retirement and disability programs, Medicare, workers compensation and disability, unemployment insurance, and long-term care. Facts and figures are provided for each of the programs, as well as contact information for NASI members who can answer reporters’ questions on these topics.
The contents of the sourcebook were reviewed by a non-partisan Editorial Review Committee to ensure that the information meets NASI standards for accuracy, clarity, objectivity and completeness.
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The National Academy of Social Insurance is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization made up of the nation’s leading experts on social insurance. Its mission is to promote understanding and informed policymaking on social insurance and related programs through research, public education, training, and the open exchange of ideas. NASI is supported primarily by private foundations and the Mary Ross Bequest. NASI does not take positions on legislation. For more information on the National Academy of Social Insurance visit www.nasi.org or call (202) 452-8097.