Friday, June 3, 2011

How to let Governor Abercrombie know you want him to veto SB 1274 if you can't attend today's rally


 If you are on another island, or can't make today's rally, you can still let Governor Abercrombie know directly that you want him to veto SB 1274.

You can call him at (808) 586-0034. Or you can go to his online contact form here.

Your message subject and content can simply be:

Please veto SB 1274.

No comments:

Post a Comment

About Me

My photo
I'm the mom of a child with disabilities. Hannah's first neurologist said she might never develop beyond the level of a 2 month old infant, and there wasn't anything I could do about it. The brain damage was just too severe. Nine years later, she walks, uses a touchscreen computer and I've just been shown she can learn to construct sentences and do simple math with the right piece of technology. Along the way, I discovered I needed to teach myself what Hannah's rights to services really were. Learning about early intervention services led to reading about IDEA and then to EPSDT. I've been waiting for the Obama administration to realize the power and potential of EPSDT for the medical rights - including the right to stay at home with their families - of children with disabilities. The health reform people talk about long term care, and the disability people talk about education and employment, but nobody is talking about EPSDT. So I am.