Because you are talking about two things it should be 'are'
You should be using are in this sentence
It is "are" coz in da sentence v use 2 words referring to a single person...
Is or are ????? Quick!!!! Parents: Lifeguards are present and float gear is welcome! Float gear is welcome or are welcome?
Your sentence has TWO subjects, viz., membership and coverage. Therefore, you have a plural subject and that requires a plural form of the verb. "Is" is a singular for of the infinitive, "to be". The plural form of "to be" is "are". "Are" is the correct verb to use in this sentence.
Prayer and hope are with you.
Each one of the medical students is required to pass a certification examination.
Your warmth and compassion are greatly appreciated.
You are receiving this letter because you or a member of your family is (or are?) an employee of the School District and also a resident.
The faculty at Ashford University are made up of knowledgeable and seasoned practitioners in their field.
The correct verb is "are" (plural) because the subject (i.e. "membership and coverage") is plural.
There is a limited number of places so over subscription would require a draw of names.
Another thing we see is alligators swimming in the spring?
The water balloon toss and food fight is optional
Corrections have been made and the hearing is on 4/17/09; no response and reply's are required.
There are/is a lot of applicants.