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Home Care Daily recently published an article that reviews the nuts and bolts of SB 567, a piece of legislation that will affect how the Circuit Breaker Tax Credit is implemented in the State of Missouri. To read the entire article, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK.

Since 2005, the Money Follows the Person (MFP) program has been instrumental in helping more than 75,000 older adults and people with disabilities transition from institutional settings back to the community. However, new funding for MFP expired in 2016, and advocates and lawmakers have been working to promote a bipartisan plan to extend funding that […]

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Although this session of the Missouri Legislature officially ends tonight at 6:00 PM, there is still time left to approve SB563, a bill that would improve and reinstate Missouri’s MORx Prescription Drug Program. The legislation is being sponsored by Senator Sater and would remove a rule that currently requires MORx assistance recipients to be dual […]

The Missouri House and Senate have appointed their conferees for the Conference Committee to resolve the differences between the House and the Senate Budgets. In the House version of the budget, the House added $750,000 to the Area Agencies on Aging budget for next year. The Senate budget removed that extra money. Please contact the […]

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  • May 18 - Still Time To Pass SB 563 – The MORx Fairness Bill
    Although this session of the Missouri Legislature officially ends tonight at 6:00 PM, there is still time left to approve SB563, a bill that would improve and reinstate Missouri’s MORx Prescription Drug Program. The legislation is being sponsored by Senator Sater and would remove a rule that currently requires MORx assistance recipients to be dual […]
  • May 1 - Conference Committee To Consider AAA Funding
    The Missouri House and Senate have appointed their conferees for the Conference Committee to resolve the differences between the House and the Senate Budgets. In the House version of the budget, the House added $750,000 to the Area Agencies on Aging budget for next year. The Senate budget removed that extra money. Please contact the […]
  • Apr 30 - Missouri Will Return $575,000 To Feds
    The Missouri Department of Natural Resources plans to give $575,000 originally earmarked for two new state parks back to the federal government. The money intended for Jay Nixon State Park and Eleven Point State Park is now going back to the U.S. Department of Interior. The money came from a nearly $1.8 billion lead mine […]