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Autism Speaks Calls on the National Community to Join Michigan Lt. Governor-Elect Brian Calley to “No Longer Remain Silent” on Autism Insurance Reform

November 29, 2010 2 comments

Autism Speaks Calls on the National Community to Join Michigan Lt. Governor-Elect Brian Calley to “No Longer Remain Silent” on Autism Insurance Reform

Nation, families in Michigan need your help today to get autism insurance reform passed before the end of their session and to become the 24th state to pass this legislation.  After four years, Michigan stands poised to finally join nearly half of the country in passing autism insurance reform legislation. The House has already passed the bill, but the State Senate must take up this issue before the end of the legislative session this week.

We are asking the national autism community to come together in support of this effort on behalf of Michigan families by taking just five minutes to call Michigan State Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop at (517) 373-2417. Urge him to please bring autism insurance reform to the floor for a vote before the end of the legislative session.

Michigan Lt. Governor-Elect Brian Calley and father of a daughter with autism has been an outspoken supporter of the autism insurance reform effort in the state. Watch his video and share it with friends across the country.  Together we can join Lt. Governor-Elect Calley in saying “We will no longer remain silent.”

For more information visit www.autismvotes.org/michigan.

 

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