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This is a big week for legislative advocacy in our Arc community! Responses to the 2018 Civic Engagement Survey (linked in the comments below) are due this Wednesday 10/18, and we need to hear from YOU about which issues we should focus on during the upcoming legislative session.

Then on Thursday 10/19, we're partnering with Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance to host a Citizen Advocate training to help folks develop and share their personal Medicaid (Medical Assistance in Minnesota) stories as effectively as possible. More info in the video!
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A Working Life Alliance Launches Website

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A Working Life Alliance has launched a new website.  Find resources to help you create and carry out your plan to get a competitive join the workforce!

Free Online Classes

The Arc Minnesota is partnering with the University of Minnesota and DirectCourse to provide online, customizable training classes free of charge.  To learn about the classes available and how to participate, click here.

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The Arc MN Blog

The Arc Criticizes Cassidy-Graham Bill

Posted on September 14, 2017 by The Arc “Architects of this bill are still ignoring the pleas of their constituents with disabilities.” Today, U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Dean Heller (R-NV), Ron Johnson (R-WI) and [...]

The Arc Poll

Congress is considering legislation that could cut Medicaid services that are deemed "optional" under current law. Which of these services do you receive or have received in the past? (Check all that apply)