Michigan

Autism Speaks Hails Michigan Gov. Snyder for Support of Autism Insurance Reform, Urges Speedy Senate Action

NEW YORK, NY (September 14, 2011) – Autism Speaks, the nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization, today applauded Michigan Governor Rick Snyder for ... More...

Autism Speaks Endorses 2011 Michigan Autism Insurance Reform Bills

NEW YORK, NY (June 9, 2011) – Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest autism advocacy organization, today announced its support for a pair of newly introduced bipartisan bills (SB 414/SB 415) which would reform autism insurance cove... More...

Autism Speaks Expresses Disappointment on Michigan Senate Failure to Approve Insurance Reform Legislation

LANSING, Mich. (December 3, 2010) – Autism Speaks today expressed great disappointment regarding the Michigan Senate’'s failure to approve autism insurance reform legislation.

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Last Mighigan Senate Task Force Meeting Held October 5

Lansing, MI (October 6, 2010) -- The last in a series of hearings on autism insurance reform legislation was held yesterday in Michigan.

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Bipartisan Legislative Task Force To Hold Educational Hearings On Autism Across Michigan

LANSING, MI (April 27, 2010) – Looking to assess the needs of thousands of Michigan families struggling with autism, a bipartisan legislative task force will hold hearings across this state this spring to learn more about th... More...

Autism Speaks Applaudis Michigan House for Passing 2009 Autism Insurance Legislation

NEW YORK, NY (July 29, 2009) -- Autism Speaks today joined Michigan families and other autism advocacy organizations in applauding the members of the State House for their passage of House Bill 4476 and House Bill 4183, both of wh... More...

Autism Insurance Bill Introduced in Michigan State Legislature

(Lansing, MI - April 3, 2008)  An insurance reform bill has been introduced in the Michigan State Legislature by Representative Kathy Angerer (D - 55) and Senator Tupac Hunter (R - 5)  that will require insurance coverag... More...

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