Minnesota Legislature Increases Long Term Care Funding

The 2013 legislative session gaveled to a close as the clock approached midnight on Monday, May 20. The session was marked by enormous challenges including an initial $1 billion state budget deficit and $150 million cut to Health and Human services spending. The grassroots advocacy of our members, a well-timed rally, consistent messaging and the ongoing support of a bipartisan group of lawmakers who identified investments in senior care as a top priority helped deliver needed investments to address the current caregiving crisis.

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