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ACT NOW: Ask The Senate To Pass Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Bill Through 2018

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Hello –

I received this action alert asking advocates like you and I to urge the Senate to pass the Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education (CHGME bill (S. 1557). The bill would extend funding through 2018 according to the alert released by the team at Speak Now For Kids. Below is the action alert:

Thank you for your recent help to successfully urge the Senate to pass the Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education (CHGME) bill (S. 1557), extending the program’s funding through 2018. Your help was invaluable, and made a big difference. Now, it’s the House’s turn to act on this important legislation.

We are so close to this important benefit for pediatric health reaching President Obama’s desk for signature into law. This is the final step in what has been a two-year process for reauthorizing the CHGME program.

Please help us fight for access to pediatric specialty care by contacting your Member of Congress NOW.

Why is the CHGME program important? For more than a decade, the CHGME national program has helped children’s hospitals across the country train more than 6,000 pediatricians and pediatric specialists to care for kids with critical health needs.

How can you Act Now for Kids?

Send a letter to your Member of Congress NOW.

Learn more about the issues on our website.

Join our community of champions and start participating in the conversation.

 Thank you again for continuing to support children’s hospitals and taking action to protect the future of our kids’ health.

-The Speak Now for Kids Team

Visit: speaknowforkids.org for more!

Visit: speaknowforkids.org for more!

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