Category Archives: Civil Rights

Statement To General Investigating and Ethics Committee Of The Texas House of Representatives Hearing Oct. 25, 2018

Dear Chair and Members of the Committee, There are actions this Committee and the Texas Legislature can and must take to insure that hundreds of thousands of elderly, disabled, and low income Texans such as myself get the fair shake … Continue reading

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Failures Of Medicaid Privately Managed Health Care Corporations In Texas and Of The Texas Health and Human Services Commission To Provide Adequate Care and Disability Services – Official Testimony April 23, 2018

April 23, 2018 To the Texas House of Representatives Human Services Committee Representative Richard P. Raymond Chair Texas State Capitol 1100 Congress Ave. Austin, Texas 78701 Sent via email to Committee Staff: Citizen Statement submitted via ADA Accommodation For Hearing … Continue reading

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