Advocates in Wyoming are seeking to prevent budget cuts to home and community-based services as the state faces a $750 million budget deficit in the upcoming session. The Community Choices Waiver, which includes self-direction, is pointed to as an exemplar for saving the state money. “According to the Wyoming Department of Health, the waiver has saved the state up to $66 million since 2014.” You can read the full article here.
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