Medicaid Cuts = Disability Cuts | The Toolkit

This post was updated on July 13, 2017

Join TASH in our effort to #SaveMedicaid! Earlier this morning, the United States Senate Republicans unveiled a revised health care bill. The revised bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, still puts more than 15 million people with disabilities at risk. It’s critical, now more than ever, that you contact your Senator! We encourage you to use our Medicaid Cuts = Disability Cuts toolkit to contact your Senator and tell them to vote no to the BCRA and to help #SaveMedicaid.

View the full Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017. Learn more by viewing summaries of Titles I, II, and III.

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Resources

  1. Medicaid in Schools Toolkit
  2. Not One State Supports the Republican Health Bill
  3. The Impact of Medicaid Cuts on People with Disabilities: State by State
  4. Kaiser Foundation Medicaid in the States Fact Sheets:
  5. Congress is Trying to Cut Medicaid: Impacts on People with Disabilities
  6. How Per Capita Caps in Medicaid Would Hurt States
  7. List of Republican Senators that Need to Vote No
  8. Medicaid Helps Schools Help Children (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)
  9. Consensus Statement from the National Association of Medicaid Directors Board of Directors on the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017
  10. State Variation in Medicaid Acute and Long-Term Care Spending Per Enrollee