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More often than not, the politics that our communities know is simply about survival.It is about being deeply anxious, worried and frightened about how to cope with what is happening now - and what will happen next.Given the major differences that Legislative Democrats and Republicans and the Governor have on resolving the budget deficit, passage of a budget will not happen anytime soon, most Capitol observers agree.All 10 Conference Committee Members Named The budget conference committee will be larger than in other years, with a total of 10 members - 5 from the Assembly and 5 from the State Senate.(Click here to view or download CDCAN Report #100-2010 reporting on the budget conference committee) (Click here to view or download CDCAN Report #098-2010 reporting on the conference committee) (Click here to view or download 9 page pdf file - Human Services budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda) (Click here to view or download 46 page pdf file - Health budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda) (Click here to view or download 30 page pdf file - Transportation budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda) (Click here to view or download 50 page pdf file - Education budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda) (Click here to view or download 23 page pdf file - General Government budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda) (Click here to view or download 13 page pdf file - Public Safety budget items from the 2010 Budget Conference Committee Agenda)(POSTED MAY 25, 2010) - Governor's Medi-Cal, Mental Health Budget Proposals Focus of Senate Budget Committee May 26th - Controversial Proposal to Renew and Expand Medi-Cal Quality Assurance Nursing Home Provider Fee Also on Agenda SACRAMENTO, CALIF (CDCAN) 0 Several controversial budget proposals by the Governor will be the focus of the full Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee and the Assembly Budget Subcommittee #1 on Health and Human Services when they hold separate hearings Wednesday morning (May 26th) at nearly the same time.
The State retains part of that increased funding that comes back to the State to help pay for other State general fund expenses.
Advocacy Without Borders: Connecting thousands of people with disabilities, mental health needs, seniors, families, workers, low income families to disability rights, senior rights, civil rights and unified action(POSTED MAY 19, 2010) MARTY OMOTO COMMENTARY - "PRAYING FOR TIME" SACRAMENTO, CALIF - These are - and have been for the past several years - hard times for our community of people with disabilities, mental health needs, people with traumatic brain and other injuries, people with MS, Alzheimer's and other disorders, seniors, their families, community organizations and workers who provide supports and services.
Year after year after year of facing threats of cuts or outright elimination of programs and services, rollbacks in eligibility, and actual loss of needed services, and loss of jobs or the constant fear of losing all of those things. Many in our communities - including those people with disabilities, mental health needs, seniors in the Asian and Pacific Islander, Latino and other communities of color - do not understand the workings of state government and politics nor have first hand information of what will or will not happen.
Senate Budget Committee Likely Will Draw More Attention With Several Controversial Issues on Agenda Of the two hearings on Thursday morning, the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee hearing is likely to be longer and more important in terms of attendance by the public because it is taking up budget issues proposed by the Governor as part of his May 14th budget revisions that this committee has not yet heard before.
The public will have an opportunity -as it did Tuesday before this same committee, to provide brief public testimony on these issues that focus largely on Medi-Cal and Mental Health proposed reductions, in addition to one "for vote only" item relating to increasing from 3% to 4.25% beginning July 1, 2010 through June 30,2010 a reduction in payments for most regional center providers and to regional center operations.