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Kirk Schaefer

Missouri Council of the Blind Incorporated

HQ Phone:  (314) 832-7172

Direct Phone: (573) ***-****direct phone

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Missouri Council of the Blind Incorporated

5453 Chippewa

St. Louis, Missouri,63109

United States

Company Description

Organized in 1956, Missouri Council of the Blind (MCB) is the largest blind consumer organization in the state of Missouri. MCB and its affiliates are active members of the American Council of the Blind. ...more

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Missouri Council of the Blind - MCB News Wire Story - Blind see help coming but still need your help

www.missouricounciloftheblind.org [cached]

Senator Kirk Schaefer
573-751-3931 Kurt.Schaefer@senate.mo.gov


Missouri Council of the Blind - The Chronicle - June 2012

www.missouricounciloftheblind.org [cached]

It seemed as though our efforts were beginning to pay off when Senator Kirk Schaefer of Columbia proposed a plan that would, in his words, restore the medical coverage for the blind.
His plan was to charge the blind pension recipients a monthly premium of $112.00, a $600.00 deductible and co-pay for the medical services they received. He stated that this was the same sort of medical coverage that state workers received and felt that it was only fair that low-income blind pension recipients should also be required to pay the same. This committee could vote to side with the House and eliminate the medical coverage, they could go with the plan as put forth by Senator Schaefer, they could approve the Senate's version of the budget, or they could do something else entirely different than all of the above.


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