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Action Alert: House Introduces Bill to Phase Out 14(c)

APSE Supports the Transformation to Competitive Integrated Employment Act – Call Congress to let them know that we support competitive integrated employment for people with disabilities!

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APSE Podcast: COVID-19 Survey Updates

Listen in to the Iowa Coalition for Integrated Employment, where APSE Interim Executive Director and Director of Policy and Advocacy Julie Christensen provides updates about employment, the impact of COVID-19,…

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APSE Podcast: COVID-19 Survey Updates

Listen in to the first APSE session as part of the Therap Services National Conference. Find more at www.therapservices.net Julie Christensen presented virtually on February 2, 2020. Kevin Dierks opened…

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APSE Podcast: COVID-19 Survey Updates

Kick-off National Disability Employment Awareness Month #NDEAM with an APSE Policy Update! Julie Christensen presented virtually on October 1st, 2020. During the last three months, APSE has convened two national…

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MN APSE Podcast: If you believe it, you can achieve it

This podcast is the first production from MN APSE, the Minnesota state chapter of APSE. Link to YouTube: www.apse.org/mn-march-podcast MN APSE’s video podcast will feature stories from people involved in the…

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APSE Podcast: A Federal Update

This update is with Julie Christensen, APSE’s Director of Policy and Advocacy with National APSE. Julie spoke virtually on August 20th, 2020 with the Iowa Coalition for Integration & Employment…

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House GOP Passes Bill to Gut ACA, APSE is Taking the Fight to the Senate

Now is the time to get ready. Now is the time to become active in the advocacy efforts. Now is the time to prepare for the work we will need to do to stop this bill in the Senate.

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I’m Just a Bill…Effective Legislative Advocacy Starts with the Basics

Do you still remember how a bill becomes law?

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