Mary Woolley Weekly Advocacy Messages
I am pleased to repeat myself when I report that it’s been another science-heavy week on Capitol Hill...and most, but not all, of the news is good.
The House Energy and Commerce Health subcommittee considered the next draft of the 21st Century Cures legislation this morning.
With new rumors surfacing daily, it’s difficult to gauge the odds of Congress and the Trump Administration completing FY20 appropriations this calendar year.
It’s Halloween! I was astonished to learn that Americans will spend some $9 billion on candy, costumes and decorations this year.
Congress has five weeks to reach an agreement on full-year FY20 funding levels before the current stop-gap continuing resolution (CR) expires on November 21, 2019.
The distinguished 2019 Nobel Laureates announced this week made fundamental discoveries that have transformed the future for Americans and populations across the globe.
As part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s launch of Civics Forward, CEO Thomas Donahue challenged the business community to play a leading role in civic education, for no less a reason than assuring the future of our nation.
Earlier today, the Senate passed legislation, known as a Continuing Resolution or “CR,” extending government funding to midnight November 21, 2019.
This week was chock-full of federal appropriations activity bearing on the future of research, and ultimately, the future of health.
The Constitution gives Congress the power of the public purse.