VIDEO: EPIC-Idaho: How Self-Advocates Can Pass Laws
David Decker and Mel Leviton shares the important role self-advocates in Idaho played in passing the ABLE Act in their state.
EPIC: Equal Partners Interstate Congress are Disability civil rights organizations in Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Wyoming, and Nevada coming together with a shared goal to push for equal rights for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The goal of EPIC is to establish a regional system for technical assistance, communication, and information sharing to strengthen the individual self-advocacy/civil rights organizations and create a functioning equal D.D. Network Partner representing the self-advocacy/civil rights movement in the defined region.
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