Service purchasing data for California’s 21 regional centers for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) indicate that the centers consistently directed fewer resources to minority children and youth compared to White children and youth. According to a May 2019 report issued by Public Counsel, in Fiscal Year 2017-2018 across the 21 regional centers, White children averaged $3,506 more in per capita expenditures than Hispanic children. This finding, which was determined by counting only children who actually received services, is $1,213 greater than the $2,293 difference officially reported, indicating that the degree of inequity between . . .