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A Decade after disabled man's death, Christie signs law to make group homes safer
Gov. Chris Christie (l) greets Thomas Komninos of Upper Saddle River after signing a law Friday named for Komninos' son, Stephen, which imposes more scrutiny on group homes serving people with developmental disabilities. Read More

Republicans will not vote on Graham-Cassidy - admitting defeat on Obamacare repeal again
Senate Republicans have admitted defeat on Obamacare repeal - again. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday afternoon that he will not bring the Graham-Cassidy bill - the latest GOP repeal bill, which had gained steam this month - to a vote this week. Read More

Like Other ACA Repeal Bills, Cassidy-Graham Plan Would Add Millions to Uninsured, Destabilize Individual Market
In releasing a revised version of their legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham, along with co-sponsors Dean Heller and Ron Johnson, claimed that their bill isn’t a “partisan” approach and doesn’t include “draconian cuts.” In reality, however, the Cassidy-Graham bill would have the same harmful consequences as those prior bills. Read More

Christie Opposes GOP Bill to Repeal Obamacare
Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday came out against a Republican Senate bill that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, telling reporters the health bill would harm New Jersey residents and take away billions of dollars in federal funding from the state. Read More

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Advocate Spotlight

  Belinda Malave was born on July 10th 1968 in New Brunswick, NJ. Belinda enjoys listening to music, playing cards, BINGO, watching sports and going to church. She considers herself a religious individual and currently attends Good Sheppard Lutheran Church weekly. She recently recommitted herself and plans on becoming more involved in church activities as well as an advocate member in the community. Belinda

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Voter Turnout Primary Election 2017

After a thorough analysis of Community Access Unlimited voter turnout, the New American Movement for People with Disabilities has provided a breakdown of 2017 voter turnout. NAMPWD held a “Get the Vote out” campaign and provided information on 2017 election dates and deadlines, detailed information on the voting process and where to vote, a list of federal laws that protect voters with disabilities, and

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