Tips on Testifying at Hearings and Public Committee Meetings

One more powerful form of communication with your elected officials and your surrounding community is to share your testimony at a legislative hearing or public committee meeting. This can be the most effective way to get your voice heard by multiple decisions makers at once. The thought of testifying in front of a number of … Continue reading

California Healthline: Penalty Checks Arriving for Late Hearings

by David Gorn Wednesday, July 24, 2013   State penalty checks for some people in the Community-Based Adult Services program have begun to arrive in the mail, but a consumer advocacy group said yesterday that cashing those checks could have unintended consequences. “Medi-Cal benefits are not affected in any way. But some people could lose SSI … Continue reading

CDCAN Report #038-2012: Assembly Info Hearing on Proposal to Expand Dual Eligibles Project

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ASSEMBLY JOINT INFO HEARING ON “DUAL ELIGIBLES” ISSUE ADJOURNS AT 7:39 PM – NO ACTION TAKEN BUT HEARS FROM DOZENS OF STAKEHOLDERS URGING STATE TO “SLOW DOWN” ON NEW PROPOSALS TO EXPAND MEDICARE – MEDI-CAL DUAL ELIGIBLES DEMONSTRATION PROJECT SACRAMENTO, CA (CDCAN) [Last updated 03/07/2012 07:40 PM] – Urged by virtually all advocates on the … Continue reading

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