Help Combat TB in the US - Urge Your Members of Congress to Cosponsor the TB bills
All of us are urged to contact our two Senators and House Representatives and ask them to cosponsor (i.e., support) two upcoming TB bills. Stay tuned to learn more...
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Email Your Senators to Support Global Health, Education, and Nutrition in FY22
We need Congress to speak up. Even as we deal with the continuing acute effects of a still-raging pandemic, we must look ahead to recovery. We must enact longer-term funding of initiatives like global TB treatment and prevention efforts. Click on the button below, scroll down to the appropiate "action" box and take an easy action from your home/desk!
Thanks to all who called their Senators to sign the bipartisan Brown/Young Letter to support increased TB funding
Thanks to all who called or emailed their Senators to sign the bipartisan letter that called for robust funding for global TB programs!!
Sens. Brown (D-OH) and Young (R-IN) are circulating a “Dear Colleague” letter in the U.S. Senate for senators to sign on to in support of robust funding for TB programs. We need as many senators as possible to sign the letter. The Brown/Young letter is here.
More Ways to Get Involved
Tuberculosis Elimination Caucus - U.S. House of Representatives
Send a letter to your Representative, or call and leave a voice message today, asking that they please join the TB Elimination Caucus in the House of Representatives.
The Tuberculosis Elimination Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives was formed in March of 2012 by Representatives Engel (D-NJ), Green (D-TX) and Young (R-AK). A caucus is an informal grouping of legislators which can help rally interest and enthusiasm on an issue of mutual concern, by sponsoring briefings, initiating letters and inquiries, and more. You can help to grow the membership of this caucus by sending a letter to your Representatives asking that they join this very important caucus.
Click here for a list of current TB Caucus Members U.S. Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121