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Legislative Advocacy Committee

The Legislative Advocacy Committee shall include a minimum of three (3) Commission members. The Legislative Advocacy Committee shall:

  • Assess the health care and social needs of Alaska seniors;
  • Develop and prioritize budget and policy recommendations for the Department of Health and Social Services and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority for review and approval by the Executive Committee. These recommendations will define ACoA’s legislative priorities;
  • Develop advocacy strategies and efforts;
  • Coordinate advocacy efforts with stakeholders and partners;
  • Provide stakeholders and partners with information on issues.

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