Did you know that as of January 1st In-Home Support Service (IHSS) providers will only be able to work 66 hours a week in California? This change will mean that many providers who take care of family members and other consumers with specialized needs won't get paid for all the hours that are needed. 
This new policy would cause a major disruption in the lives of consumers and providers. If you wish to comment on this law,  please contact Governor Jerry Brown by phone: at  (916) 445-2841  or go to  https://govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php  and send him an e-mail.

To learn more about these changes please e-mail Jacob Lesner-Buxton at  jlesner@ilrc-trico.org

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