How to Save Medicaid? Get on a Bus!
September 12, 2011
Join the growing movement for responsible Medicaid reform.
With the federal government looking to make drastic budget cuts, Medicaid is in serious peril.
ADAPT, a grassroots coalition of disability rights activists, is leading an effort to gather thousands of civil rights advocates in Washington, D.C., to rally for responsible Medicaid reform. The message: Destroying our safety net is not a way to save money.
Housing Works is jumping in. Join us!
When: Sept. 21, 2011. Noon.
Get on the Bus!
Buses are leaving for Washington, D.C., from cities around the country.
If you're in New York State, connect with a bus by contacting email@example.com.
If you're outside New York State, connect with a bus by contacting a local organizer.
If you're a Housing Works client or staffer, connect with the Housing Works bus by contacting Candace Rivela at 212-645-8111 Ext. 4108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Medicaid proposals that contain Medicaid spending while promoting independent living, check out the ADAPT web site: www.adapt.org. Details on the rally, including a list of available hotels, are also available.
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This article was provided by Housing Works. It is a part of the publication Housing Works AIDS Issues Update. Visit Housing Works' website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
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