In a story published by Access Press May 10, the reporter outlines many cuts that were restored to Minnesotans with disabilities, and calls out ARRM's successful efforts at the Legislature this year. Below is an excerpt from that piece:
"Many groups were pleased with the bill’s signing. One winner is the Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota (ARRM), which saw several of its legislative proposals approved. ARRM began the session with one of the most high-profile legislative packages, making the case that more than 6,500 Minnesotans with disabilities are on waiting lists or residing in non-community settings while enrollment opportunities are limited. ARRM brought forward a number of ideas to reform and balance the care system, to offer individuals and their families a robust and competitive marketplace of choices that meet individual needs and are cost-effective."
Read the entire article here: http://bit.ly/JiYy36.