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For Debbie, a small business owner from Biddeford, an unexpected diagnosis changed everything and forced her to make the hardest decision of her life.
Question 1 on the ballot this November would establish a universal home care program that would guarantee that Maine seniors and people with disabilities can receive the support they need to live at home with dignity and independence.
Universal home care would give seniors and Mainers with disabilities the freedom to live and age at home in dignity.
Universal home care would ensure that families have the resources to take care of their loved ones in their homes instead of having them sent far away to a nursing facility.
Universal home care would professionalize the careworking industry, ensuring workers on the front lines are paid decent wages and benefits.
Hear from Mainers from across the state about why they are supporting Question 1: