stop the train wreck now

Make the first move in the fight against Illinois cuts that hurt the independence of people with disabilities. Call the Illinois Office of Management and Budget at (312) 814-0023. or send an email -- [email protected] Tell them not to cut home services…Read More

SENATE BILL 3

Dear disability advocates, The Illinois legislature is currently considering SB 3, which is a bill to restructure Illinois’ debt. The state government put out the following fact sheet on SB 3 with the details:…Read More

SAVE HOME SERVICES TODAY

Please take action on this TODAY! ***HOME SERVICES CUTS ACTION ALERT*** The Illinois Governor’s office is reportedly considering $250 million in budget cuts to the Department of Human Services (DHS). This means they are looking at cuts to all services…Read More

BUDGET RALLY WITH JANE ADAMS SR CACUS--PLEASE COME AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR A RESPONSIBLE BUDGET

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH Let’s Stand Together in Support of a Responsible Budget and the need to raise revenues as part of the approach to ending the Illinois Budget Crisis! FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO LET US KNOW YOU ARE COMING, PLEASE CONTACT ROSALIE AT…Read More

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Families USA • July 2010 Five GoodReasons Why States Shouldn’t Cut Home- and Community-Based Services in Medicaid States are facing tough economic times. As they confront budget shortfalls, many states are looking to cut Medicaid benefits, including home-…Read More

from progress illinois- RE MANAGED CARE

Essentially every Republican politician in Springfield, including gubernatorial nominee Bill Brady, wants to structurally reform Illinois' Medicaid system. By forcing all Medicaid enrollees into a private managed care program, they argue, the state can…Read More

RALLY IN CHICAGO AND SPRINFIELD- HERE IS THE SPRINGFIELD INFO FOR THURSDAY 8-12-2010

Hello, It's August, it's summer, and it's hot. It's a time of year when most people want to lie back, enjoy themselves, and not think about too much. This is the time when people relax and try not to worry. Yet, we are disability rights advocates. When things…Read More
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