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Bruce G. Perrone

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Advocacy Support Counsel

Legal Aid
922 Quarrier Street 4Th Floor
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
United States

Company Description: Legal Aid of West Virginia provides free advocacy services to West Virginians, in three ways: We handle civil legal problems such as divorces, evictions, and...   more
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Patricia Hudson was represented by ...
www.coalvalleynews.com, 19 Dec 2013 [cached]
Patricia Hudson was represented by Bruce Perrone of Legal Aid of West Virginia.
"You wind up having to play ...
www.sundaygazettemail.com, 14 Mar 2008 [cached]
"You wind up having to play a game of treasure hunt," said Bruce Perrone, Legal Aid's director."It's a problem, particularly for anyone dealing with an eligibility question."
Legal Aid argues that the Medicaid office has violated the state Administrative Procedures Act, which establishes a standardized system for filing new rules and regulations.State agencies must title, number and index their rules, and file them with the Secretary of State's office.
"They're all supposed to follow the same playbook," Perrone said.
In the petition, Perrone attached four examples of new regulations filed by the Medicaid office with the Secretary of State.
Last year, a Legal Aid lawyer asked the secretary of state's legal division whether a May 2000 Medicaid regulation was still in effect, and office employees were unable to give an answer, according to the petition.
"The problem is they are not meeting the requirement of writing rules in a standard format," said Perrone, whose office provides free legal assistance to low-income West Virginians."There's no coherent, consistent numbering system.The result is the secretary of state can't follow the things they're sending over."
Perrone has asked the Supreme Court to order Medicaid officials to file agency rules in "standard size, format, numbering and indexing."Legal Aid also wants the Supreme Court to prohibit the secretary of state from accepting any future Medicaid filings that don't comply with the law.
"If you don't have a lawyer and you want to straighten out a problem, how are you supposed to do that?"Perrone said."How do you know if the rules they used a year ago are still valid?"
About 300,000 West Virginians receive health insurance through Medicaid, a program funded by the state and federal government.
"I don't think this is being done deliberately," Perrone said.
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"You wind up having to play a game of treasure hunt," said Bruce Perrone, Legal Aid's director."It's a problem, particularly for anyone dealing with an eligibility question."
Legal Aid argues that the Medicaid office has violated the state Administrative Procedures Act, which establishes a standardized system for filing new rules and regulations.State agencies must title, number and index their rules, and file them with the Secretary of State's office.
"They're all supposed to follow the same playbook," Perrone said.
In the petition, Perrone attached four examples of new regulations filed by the Medicaid office with the Secretary of State.
Last year, a Legal Aid lawyer asked the secretary of state's legal division whether a May 2000 Medicaid regulation was still in effect, and office employees were unable to give an answer, according to the petition.
"The problem is they are not meeting the requirement of writing rules in a standard format," said Perrone, whose office provides free legal assistance to low-income West Virginians."There's no coherent, consistent numbering system.The result is the secretary of state can't follow the things they're sending over."
Perrone has asked the Supreme Court to order Medicaid officials to file agency rules in "standard size, format, numbering and indexing."Legal Aid also wants the Supreme Court to prohibit the secretary of state from accepting any future Medicaid filings that don't comply with the law.
"If you don't have a lawyer and you want to straighten out a problem, how are you supposed to do that?"Perrone said."How do you know if the rules they used a year ago are still valid?"
About 300,000 West Virginians receive health insurance through Medicaid, a program funded by the state and federal government.
"I don't think this is being done deliberately," Perrone said.
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Speaker: Bruce Perrone, Esquire - Advocacy Support Counsel for Legal Aid of WV
"For a number of years our ...
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"For a number of years our court system has provided paper fill-in-the-blank forms for people to do their own cases," said Bruce Perrone, the lawyer at Legal Aid who coordinated the project.
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