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Governor’s Budget Cuts $8 Million From
CHOICE Program

Calls Urgently Needed

Call your State Senator and State Representative Today!

“Keep funding for the CHOICE Home Care
Program at $48.7 million in each of the
next two years!”

Thousands of seniors and persons with disabilities will be forced
into institutions if cuts are made to the CHOICE Home Care
Program. And, taxpayers will pay millions more.

Governor Daniels has set Thursday, June 11th for the General
Assembly to convene in Special Session.
Don’t wait—call or email your legislators today.

For Calls:
House Switchboard: 1-800-382-9842 or 317-232-9600
Senate Switchboard: 1-800-382-9467 or 317-232-9400
TDD: 1-800-548-9517 or 317-232-0404

For Email:
(## = your district number. In the case of a single digit number, type only that number.
For example: If you live in House District 8, you type:

(## = your district number. In the case of a single digit number, type only that number.
For example: If you live in Senate District 8, you type:

Don’t know who your legislators are or their district numbers?
Contact United Senior Action (317-634-0872 or

Source: United Senior Action of Indiana

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