Lawsuit Says Mass. Residents Unnecessarily Institutionalized in Nursing Homes Should Have Options for Independent Living

Boston Globe: Lawsuit Says Mass. Residents Unnecessarily Institutionalized in Nursing Homes Should Have Options for Independent Living (October 11, 2022) Six Massachusetts residents with disabilities “Lawsuit Says Mass. Residents Unnecessarily Institutionalized in Nursing Homes Should Have Options for Independent Living”

Lawsuit Against Trump-Era Rule Turns into Nationwide Class Action

Connecticut News Junkie: Lawsuit Against Trump-Era Rule Turns into Nationwide Class Action (August 29, 2022) Low-income disabled and older adults in Connecticut, Delaware, and Nebraska “Lawsuit Against Trump-Era Rule Turns into Nationwide Class Action”

Medicaid Enrollees Cut off Critical Health Benefits During COVID Public Health Emergency Due to Lawless Trump Administration Regulation Seek Nationwide Class Certification and Injunction

Media Contact: Bernard Kavaler for Disability Rights Connecticut: 860-729-3021 bernard@express-strategies.com Five Plaintiffs from Three States seek to represent others affected throughout the U.S. and ask “Medicaid Enrollees Cut off Critical Health Benefits During COVID Public Health Emergency Due to Lawless Trump Administration Regulation Seek Nationwide Class Certification and Injunction”

Issue Brief: Beyond Spending—Measuring California’s Progress Towards Equitable HCBS

Many aging adults and people with disabilities will need support and assistance throughout their lifetimes. Medicaid (or Medi-Cal in California) is an important payer for “Issue Brief: Beyond Spending—Measuring California’s Progress Towards Equitable HCBS”

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