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Steinberg Calls For New Medi-Cal Coverage

SACRAMENTO (April 18, 2013) -- Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg said he will work for coverage of behavioral health treatment under the Medi-Cal Managed Health Care program and reiterated his commitment to a five-year ex... More...

Lorri Unumb to Headline Cambridge Center April 22 Event

SAN JOSE (April 15, 2013) -- Lorri Unumb, Esq., Autism, Speaks vice president for state government affairs, will be the keynote speaker at the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies' ... More...

Joint Ways and Means Committee Schedules Statewide Hearings

SALEM (April 11, 2013) -- The Oregon Legislature's Joint Ways and Means Committee has scheduled a statewide series of budget hearings where autism advocates will have the opportunity to urge support for the autism insuran... More...

WBTV Reports on NC Families Fighting for Insurance Reform

CHARLOTTE (April 4, 2013) -- WBTV reports on the introduction of North Carolina's new autism insurance reform bill through the eyes of parent advocates.... More...

KCTV: A Tale Of 2 States

PRAIRIE VILLAGE (April 3, 2013) -- KCTV Reporter Erika Tallon reports on the phenomenon of ... More...

California State Capitol Rally Set For April 17

SACRAMENTO (April 3, 2013) -- Autism and disability rights organizations fr... More...

Dayton Voices Support For Insurance Reform Bills

ST PAUL (April 2, 2013) -- Governor Mark Dayton today voiced strong support for autism insurance reform bills nearing a final vote in both the Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate.

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Fiscal Analysis Finds No Measurable Cost Impact From SB.126

OAKLAND (March 26, 2013) -- The California Health Benefits Review Program (CHBRP) has concluded that SB.126, a bill that would extend the state's autism insurance reform law another five years, would have no "measurable c... More...

House Panel Moves Insurance Reform Bill

HONOLULU (March 19, 2013) -- The House Committee on Consumer Protection and Commerce approved SB.668 by a 9-0 vote with amendments which would delay... More...

New Mexico Expansion Bill On the Move in Senate

SANTA FE (March 11, 2013) -- Legislation that would extend coverage under New Mexico's 2009 autism insurance reform law to state employees has been approved unanimously by the Senate Public Affairs Committee. The bill, (... More...

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