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PROTECTING MEDICAID AND THE ACA
 

Health Task Force
CCD weighs in on the American Health Care Act advancing in the House of Representatives repeal and replace bill
The undersigned members of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) and other national organizations write in response to the American Health Care Act. Despite the extremely limited time for review, we have serious concerns about many parts of this legislation and urge members to oppose it.
(March 17,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
CCD #SaveMedicaid social media action toolkit
On March 16 at 10am, let’s all tell Congress that Medicaid cuts and caps are dangerous and unacceptable. Sign up through the Thunderclap program, and it will automatically send this one message through your Twitter and/or Facebook accounts. Collectively the messages will spread across social media and slam the social feeds of your Members of Congress at once, like a virtual clap of thunder.
(March 13,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
CCD raises concerns about the House American Health Care Act which repeals major portions fo the Affordable Care Act and caps and cuts the Medicaid program.
The Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) is gravely concerned about the American Health Care Act. This is simply unconscionable to pay for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by cutting services for low income individuals with disabilities, adults, older adults, and children.
(March 8,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
CCD ACTION ALERT: Call Now to Stop Medicaid Cuts and Health Care Repeal
Congress is on a fast track to repeal major portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and to make drastic cuts to the Medicaid program. The level of cuts over time would decimate the Medicaid program.
(March 7,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

The Health and the Long Term Services and Supports Task Forces
Medicaid Per Capita Caps and Block Grants: Devastating for People with Disabilities
Establishing funding caps for the Medicaid program would be devastating to people with disabilities. Medicaid provides health care services and long-term services and supports that maintain the health, function, independence, and well-being of 10 million enrollees living with disabilities and, often, their families.
(March 2,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

The Health and the Long Term Services and Supports Task Force
Protect the ACA’s Gains for People with Disabilities
Members of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities strongly oppose repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without simultaneously passing a replacement plan that maintains or improves existing coverage, access, and affordability. Losing or undermining key enrollee protections or disrupting care would endanger millions of people with disabilities who have gained coverage under the ACA.
(March 2,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
CCD Opposes Per Capita Caps that Would Decimate the Medicaid Program
CCD released the following statement expressing our concerns about the House majority leadership’s policy brief on repealing the ACA and helping to pay for it by instituting a Medicaid per capita cap.
(February 21,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
New URGENT CCD Action Alert ACA and Medicaid
The House of Representatives is expected to introduce a bill to cut Medicaid and the ACA on February 27 and to begin committee work immediately. The result would be two major blows to individuals with disabilities. Reach out to your Federal and state legislators and the Governor’s office in your state and tell them that repealing the ACA and replacing it with a plan that CUTS Medicaid is unacceptable.
(February 20,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

Health Task Force
CCD Letter for Senate on ACA
We, the undersigned members of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD), are aware that the 115th Congress is already hard at work on an aggressive calendar for action starting with the Senate Concurrent Budget Resolution released by Senate Budget Committee Chairman Michael Enzi on January 3, 2017.
(January 9,  2017) - Download [ PDF ]

CCD Medicaid Letter to to express our strong opposition to any block granting, setting of per capita caps or significant cuts to the Medicaid program.
The undersigned organizations are writing as members of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities to express our strong opposition to any block granting, setting of per capita caps or significant cuts to the Medicaid program. Medicaid provides health care services and long-term services and supports that maintain the health, function, independence, and well-being of 10 million enrollees living with disabilities and, often, their families.
(December 16,  2016) - Download [ PDF ]

 Health Task Force
CCD Letter on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to Senators
The undersigned organizations are writing as members of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities to express our strong opposition to repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This would be particularly harmful without simultaneous enactment of a replacement plan that maintains or improves existing coverage and access.
(December 12,  2016) - Download [ PDF ]

 Health Task Force
CCD Fact Sheet: People with Disabilities Benefit from the Affordable Care Act
Determining whether health reform proposals can meet the needs of people with disabilities requires analyzing the proposals from a disability perspective.
(December 12,  2016) - Download [ PDF ]