For the California Alternative Payment Program Association’s (CAPPA) 2018-19 budget training and advocacy day, Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher provided an overview of the Governor’s 2018-19 budget proposal and discussed how services and supports for low-income families have fared in recent budget cycles.
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