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senators, urging them to sign on as original cosponsors of this vital legislation, please go to www.
July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As members of Congress prepare to see voters during a month-long recess and more lawmakers sign on to cosponsor a bipartisan patient choice proposal, the National Community Pharmacists Association(NCPA) today announced that a nationwide survey found overwhelming support for expanding Medicare seniors' access to discounted or "preferred" copays in medically underserved areas.
Senators and ask them to cosponsor the Seniors Mental Health Access Improvement Act (S.
In other words, he urges continued effort to gain more cosponsors.
5585 and to ask your representative to become a cosponsor, visit www.
But questions remain about other cosponsors who are demanding an apology from Japan, even though U.
Cosponsors from Japan are the Japanese Association of the Promotion of International Trade, Japan-China Northeast Development Association and the Japan External Trade Organization.
Generally, the more cosponsors a bill has, the better chance it has of being considered and passing.
introduced 1/4/2005), Cosponsors (None), Latest Major Action: 1/4/2005 Referred to House committee.
On February 8, 2005, Senators Gordon Smith, Hillary Clinton, and 30 other cosponsors introduced the Early Treatment for HIV Act (S.
One of the original cosponsors of legislation baulking discrimination based on sexual orientation, he has a nearly unblemished voting record on the issue.
At press dine, the bill is in the early stages of the lawmaking process--it doesn't have any cosponsors yet, and it's still several steps from getting to the floor.
The institute and cosponsors of the redesign hope to use the ban to boost the fortunes of the environmentally friendly rickshaw, which offers a livelihood to many extremely poor people.
The fact that Mack and three of the bill's five cosponsors are Republicans could work in its favor.
In a draft letter to members of the Senate inviting them to be cosponsors, Brown said this act would give the federal government clear, consistent standards for the first time.