Know Who Represents You
Your voice matters! It’s important that policymakers, elected officials, and other legislative staff hear from people with bleeding disorders in order to understand the impact of their decisions. Whether you advocate in Washington DC or at home, you have the power to impact the future of your own access to better treatment and care through your own advocacy.
The United States Congress has two chambers, the Senate and the House of Representatives (or “House” for short). The Senate and the House share the responsibilities of the legislative process to create federal statutory law. Use GovTrack.us to find out who represents you in Congress, what bills they have sponsored, and how they voted. This is a great tool for when you need to make your voice heard regarding anything about bleeding disorders. For more info click here.
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LA Kelley Communications, Inc., Communiqué, October 2023