Take Action Today-Help End Autism Insurance Discrimination

Today, Autism Speaks has launched its first national television advocacy campaign. While AIM continues to work toward changing the law in Michigan, a national piece of legislation would benefit everyone. So, we feel it is critical to support both…Read More

A note from Rep. Kathy Angerer

Dear Friend, Thank you for your continued support of the legislation that will reform insurance policies in Michigan for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). I am proud to announce that we are one step closer to easing the financial burden of…Read More

AUTISM LEGISLATION PASSED IN THE HOUSE!

We have great news to share! Both of the Autism Insurance Bills passed in the House today! We are now 1/2 way through our battle and our next step is to take on the Senate! Keep an eye out for more action alerts to contact your senator! Thank you for all of…Read More

AUTISM INSURANCE TO BE VOTED ON TOMORROW!!

Autism insurance reform continues to move forward in Michigan! HB 4476-(Angerer) and HB 4183-(Ball) passed successfully out of the House Committee on Health Policy and will now be VOTED ON BY THE FULL HOUSE THIS WEDNESDAY (THAT'S TOMORROW!!!)!!!!!! This…Read More

It's UNANIMOUS!! Bill passes through committee!!

Yesterday our Autism Insurance legislation was passed UNANIMOUSLY through the Health Policy committee!! 19-0! Thank you to everyone who called, wrote, or met with with the Represenatives on the Healthy Policy Committee!! Don't forget to contact them and…Read More

2nd Hearing Scheduled for Tuesday 6.9.09!!!

Yes!! A 2nd HEARING HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR OUR LEGISLATION IN THE HOUSE HEALTH POLICY COMMITTEE ON TUESDAY, 6/9/09! THE HEARING WILL TAKE PLACE AT 10:30AM IN ROOM 519 OF THE HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. THE FACT THAT WE ARE GETTING A SECOND HEARING SO SOON IS…Read More

Recap of the 6/2/09 Health Policy Committee Hearing

Here is a recap of the June 2 Health Policy Committee hearing: COMMITTEE CONSIDERS INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR AUTISM Backed by parents of children with autism, proponents of legislation requiring health insurance providers to cover treatments for the disorder…Read More
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