I am a person with a disability. I am a student who works hard every day, and plans to graduate with honors. I am a person with big ideas, anxious to change the world. I would love to someday own an apartment, or even a house, to take a vacation, and to raise children of my own. I shouldn’t have all of that in jeopardy if I want to keep the supports that I rely on every day. In addition to all of these things, I am an American, and I want to believe again, with the same youthful hope we instill in our kindergartners when we teach them about the Fourth of July, that everything waiting for a hard-working person without a disability is also waiting for me. Dear Mr. President, dear Congressperson, dear friend, dear neighbor, dear fellow human being… Make me believe again. I know we can do it together.
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It was introduced in the Senate by U.S. Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Richard Burr (R-NC) and support for the bill continues to grow in the U.S. Congress. Robert P. Casey, Jr., U.S. Senator for Pennsylvania: Support for ABLE Act Continues to Grow
To advocate for the ABLE Act, Sign this petition: Change.org: Pass the ABLE Act
Also, the NDSS site has numerous online resources for further advocacy.
On a final note, California Rep. Dan Issa (R), an Antiochian Orthodox Christian, supports it!