Advocates told a state Senate panel Tuesday that Michigan is heading for serious problems and expenses if it does not require insurance companies to cover autism treatment.
Lorri Unumb is with the advocacy group Autism Speaks, and is the mother of a 9-year-old child with autism. She told lawmakers that about 15-thousand children in Michigan have been diagnosed with autism, and that number is growing.
Read more here: MICHIGAN: Final autism hearing in senate (2010-10-06).
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