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NDLA Opposes Congressional Efforts to Cut Vital Services for People with Disabilities

National Disability Leadership Alliance and over 200 Organizations from Across the United States Express Opposition to Congressional Efforts to Cut Vital Health Care and Community Based Services for People with Disabilities.

The National Disability Leadership Alliance (NDLA) today published a letter signed by over 200 disability organizations from around the country, calling on Congress to preserve Medicaid services for people with disabilities, including community-based long term services and supports. The letter identifies several programs that “underpin one of the most fundamental rights that Americans are guaranteed under the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution: Liberty.”

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