The problem, according to some experts I've spoken to about the waiver language, is that it's not written in good faith.
The waiver even lists the date of the spill, April 20, 2010.
Because Medicaid is not required to cover HCBS, because a waiver is not an entitlement, there are long waits for waivers.
“It is my understanding that the waiver has been dropped,” Castro said at the meeting.
But the waiver language is not written to say, Mr. President, use your best judgment.
A waiver of national duty, especially where made for the national benefit, must entail national obligation.
She implored a waiver of the forfeiture in her and young Walter's favour.
Were you the one in the office who had the initial contact with the INS, in connection with the waiver of section 243(g)?
I should have got the waiver from you then, but you got me all confused with Disraeli's oratory.
Any “waiver clause” or contract to waive compliance with the section is to be void.
"act of waiving," 1620s (modern usage is often short for waiver clause); from Anglo-French legal usage of infinitive as a noun (see waive). Baseball waivers is recorded from 1907. Other survivals of noun use of infinitives in Anglo-French legalese include disclaimer, merger, rejoinder, misnomer, ouster, retainer, attainder.