At Wednesday's mental hygiene budget hearing, NYSARC Inc. called for an increase in Medicaid funding if the minimum wage goes up again. Without that increase, the group warned lawmakers that non-profits helping people with developmental disabilities could end up bankrupt. And that is not NYSARC's only concern. NYSARC Executive Director Steve Kroll and Michael Seereiter the President & CEO of the NYS Rehabilitation Association, join us to explain.
$15 Minimum Wage Could Take Services Away from Developmentally Disabled
By Capital Tonight Staff | February 4, 2016 @5:25 PM