Wanted: New Members of the Parkinson's Congressional Caucus
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Congressional caucuses are formed by members of Congress to provide a forum for issues or legislative agendas. The Congressional Caucus on Parkinson's Disease is made up of members from both the House and Senate who seek to increase awareness on Capitol Hill about Parkinson's disease issues.
The Caucus keeps members of Congress and their staffers informed of the latest developments in legislation related to Parkinson's disease and biomedical research. The Caucus members have introduced Parkinson's-specific legislation, supported federal funding for Parkinson's disease research and championed other legislative priorities of importance to the community.
Contact your members of Congress today and ask them to show support for the Parkinson's community by joining the Congressional Caucus on Parkinson's Disease.
Enter your contact information below and hit “submit” to find your elected officials. On the next page you will be able to edit a draft email to your lawmakers. Make it personal and add anything that is important to you; just make sure your voice is heard!