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The Minister for the NDIS Linda Reynolds is meeting with all of the Disability Ministers from each state and territory this Friday – and she is going to ask them to support her proposed changes to the NDIS.

We need to make sure that every single Minister knows that people with disability and their families are absolutely against the Federal Government’s changes. But to do that we need your help.

Can you contact the Disability Ministers now, and let them know you don’t support the government’s planned changes to the NDIS – and they shouldn’t either? 

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