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ANGELA SMITH, Caregiver: 0633 Anything less than
that is often impossible.
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ANGELA SMITH WORKS PART TIME.
CARING FOR TWO DISABLED MEN.
THAT BARELY EARNS HER ONE.
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ANGELA SMITH, Caregiver: 0826
it's just not a compassionate
community if we don't reimburse those people.
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THE COMPANY THAT HIRED SMITH IS CONTRACTED OUT BY
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ANGELA SMITH, Caregiver: 0856 These people, myself
and others that are in these jobs have to feel valued
because it is an absolutely valuable service to the
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AT THE CAPITOL, IT WAS A TIGHT SQUEEZE AND LONG WAIT
TO TALK WITH LAWMAKERS ABOUT ASSEMBLY BILL 7-50.
REPRESENTATIVE CHRIS KAPENGA INTRODUCED THE BILL WITHIN
24 HOURS OF THE HEARING.
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CHRIS KAPENGA, R Delafield: 4213 This bill fully
supports local control, as long as it is paid for
by the locals, but once you start taking other people's
money to pay for it, those people should have a say
in how it's spent.
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LISA SUBECK, Madison Alder: 0003 We don't need a
one size fits all solution dictated by the state.
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THAT'S FOUR DOLLARS AND 8 CENTS MORE THAN WISCONSIN'S
SURROUNDED BY SIGNS OF SUPPORT...
COUNTY EXECUTIVE JOE PARISI SAYS CAREGIVERS WOULD
BE HIT HARDEST.
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JOE PARISI, Dane County Executive: 0445 How do the
people who take care of our most vulnerable survive
if this bill passes? 53 How do they pay for bills?
How do they put food ont heir own table? 57
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SHE CAN'T LIVE OFF OF THIS KIND OF WORK.
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ANGELA SMITH, Caregiver: 1115 It leaves a lot of
people in a very vulnerable situation.