Friday, January 13, 2017

Jerry and Obama coordinate in attacking California cities

SACRAMENTO – The Governor’s state budget proposal unveiled today calls for shifting more than $4.4 billion in costs over six years for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) to counties with no additional revenue to cover those expenses. The shift represents the single largest change in this budget from last year, and unfairly burdens counties with costs they cannot control nor afford.IHSS ShiftThe Governor’s proposal would end the IHSS Maintenance of Effort (MOE) agreement as a result of the discontinuation of the Coordinated Care Initiative. That would add an estimated $625 million to county costs in the 2017-2018 fiscal year, and more than $4.4 billion over six years.“This would be devastating to counties all over the state. We undoubtedly would have to make cuts in other vital social services to cover these costs,” said CSAC President and Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson. “These services are required by both state and federal laws, so if the costs do fall on counties, we have to pay them and we don’t have the ability to raise the revenue we’ll need to do so. That means cutting other critical local services.”“When California took over parts of IHSS in 2012, the costs were far less than they are today,” said CSAC Executive Director Matt Cate. “Since then, the state has added to the annual cost with minimum wage increases and sick-leave pay, and the federal government added overtime pay requirements. Now, when the Governor says we may be on the verge of a recession, and when the future of the Affordable Care Act is uncertain, they want to shift these higher costs back to California Counties. We simply can’t afford it.”
Read what is going on folks.
The national Dems tell yhe little browns about this wonderful free program for seniors.  Then the unions raise the cost, and Cal state Dems dump the cost onto the little browns.
This is freedom to nullify, counties and cities should either refuse to go along, or they should report to the rail yard for a tar and feather trip out of town.

This is war crime material, these kind of frauds cause little brown people to wander into the wilderness, in poverty. We have another name, crowding out. Deliberate, felonious crowding the brown people to the back of the line. A crime worthy of arrest, because it was premeditated.

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