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Q. Is Plan B One-Step an abortifacient (causing abortion)A. No. Plan B One-Step will not work if a person is already pregnant, meaning it will not affect an existing pregnancy. Plan B One-Step prevents pregnancy by acting on ovulation, which occurs well before implantation. Evidence does not support that the drug affects implantation or maintenance of a pregnancy after implantation, therefore it does not terminate a pregnancy.
(F) customer experience capacity assessments and action plans pursuant to section 280 of OMB Circular A-11 and Executive Order 14058 of December 13, 2021 (Transforming Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery to Rebuild Trust in Government);
(G) selection of items for their respective regulatory agendas and plans pursuant to sections 4(b) and (c) of Executive Order 12866 of September 30, 1993 (Regulatory Planning and Review), as amended;
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PLAN A+: For Hearty and Frequent Diners, including Athletes in training: You will have $2,295 to spend. Given a 16-week semester, your expenditures should average about $143 per week, or $20 per day (buying power with the 50% discount is $40.98 per day). This plan is generally not recommended for students in their first semester at Oxy. If first semester dining patterns warrant it, students may increase to PLAN A+ mid-year.
PLAN C: The Basics: You will have $1,521 to spend. Given a 16-week semester, your expenditures should average about $95 per week, or about $13.58 per day with the 50% discount. Are you budget savvy Usually dine at Homestyle Not a 4th meal person This may be your plan!
PLAN D: Meal Plan Lite: you will have $1,250 to spend. During a 16-week semester, you should spend an average of about $78.12 per week, or about $11.16 per day with the 50% discount. If you are a light diner, or often away from Campus, this plan may be right for you. This plan is not available to first year students.
*Base CostEach meal plan has a base cost of $1,820, which is included in the price of each plan. The base cost covers overhead, including labor & benefits, supplies, utilities, equipment replacement, maintenance & repairs, technology, administrative support, debt service, insurance and other costs required to run the dining program. After a small allocation to vending, the remainder of the plan goes into the student's **starting balance, to be used for 50% discounted food purchases in the dining facilities.
Meal Plans A+, A, and B have limited rollover capability. If you choose one of these plans, the balance difference between your plan and Plan C, if unspent, will be credited into a rollover account for continuing usage. The maximum rollover is $342 for Plan B, $503 for Plan A and $804 for Plan A+. There are no rollovers, refunds or credits from Plan C or Plan D, or from the first $1,820 in the balance of Plans A+, A or B (including vending funds). Rollover Accounts will terminate at graduation, or upon leave of absence or withdrawal. No refunds or credits will be issued.
ERISA section 412 and related regulations (29 C.F.R. 2550.412-1 and 29 C.F.R. Part 2580) generally require that every fiduciary of an employee benefit plan and every person who handles funds or other property of such a plan shall be bonded. ERISA's bonding requirements are intended to protect employee benefit plans from risk of loss due to fraud or dishonesty on the part of persons who handle plan funds or other property. ERISA refers to persons who handle funds or other property of an employee benefit plan as plan officials. A plan official must be bonded for at least