Cure CMD Day on the Hill is July 16 in Washington D.C.

We are very excited to announce the third annual Cure CMD Advocacy Day on the Hill on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 in Washington, D.C.! This is an important time of advocacy for Cure CMD. Our families will be meeting with members of Congress to advocate for essential initiatives, including re-authorization of the MD Care Act. Congressional visits also help us build key relationships with these important decision makers.

If you already know you will be participating in our 2013 Day on the Hill, please feel free to contact your two Senators and House Representative now to make arrangements to meet with them on July 16 in Washington D.C.

We can all make a difference! Please make plans to attend and email Jackie Nelson of your interest at

Click here for more information on how to schedule legislative visits.

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