Town Hall Meeting April 18, 2019

at New horizons

has been cancelled by Jim Frazier with his great regret. He hopes to schedule another hearing in the near future.


sponsored by Adrin nazarian

meeting with chair of california assembly select committee on developmental disabilities, Jim frazier


rally on april 5th! 

bring signs and comfortable shoes!

California's lawmakers must fund the services and supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities rely on to access their civil rights. Join TLC in Van Nuys on April 5, 2019 to demand that our lawmakers #KeepthePromise tothe I/DD community.


Schedule and Location

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm:  Van Nuys State Office Building

6150 Van Nuys Blvd (at Delano St) Van Nuys CA 91401


Activities

March around State Offices (bring signs and wear comfortable shoes), 

Sign letters to legislators, Listen to Speakers


Contact

Steve Miller at steve.sj.miller@gmail.com



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