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Postponed: Understanding When and How to Give Public Comment on the Medicaid Rules that Impact Your Family

September 21, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


POSTPONED – New date TBD “Understanding When and How to Give Public Comment on the Medicaid Rules that Impact Your Family.”

If you are unable to attend, you can still register and we’ll send you a link to the recording of the workshop which you can watch on your own time.

This webinar will explain: the rulemaking process that state agencies must follow to create or change regulations, what Public Comment is and what role it plays in the rulemaking process, where to find out when Medicaid Rules are open for Public Comment, how to write and submit your comments, and how public comments are considered in the rulemaking process.


  • Rachel Seelig (she/her), Esq. is Director of the Disability Law Project at Vermont Legal Aid. The Disability Law Project represents individuals who have legal problems arising out of their disabilities, primarily in the areas of disability discrimination, Medicaid/health care access, special education, and guardianship. As DLP director, Rachel provides community legal education on disability-related laws, engages in policymaker education to bring changes to laws and regulations that improve the lives of Vermonters with disabilities, and supervises investigations of abuse and neglect, as well as individual advocacy for clients in response to around 400 requests for legal help from the DLP each year. She is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and Wheaton College. Born and raised in Calais, she works in Montpelier.


September 21, 2023
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Vermont Family Network
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