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.
Last summer, the administration announced a new policy targeting fetal tissue research. Research!America stood with patients and researchers against this retrograde policy change when it was first contemplated
Almost three months into the 2020 fiscal year, Congress has finally passed a legislative package to fund the federal government.
Happy Thanksgiving Week!
Every Monday before Thanksgiving Research!America hosts Public Health Thank You Day (PHYTD), thanking the individuals across the nation who serve the public health.
On the Monday before Thanksgiving each year, Research!America, along with public health leaders across the nation take time to salute the people who work day-in and day-out to protect us from disease, injury, and other threats to our nation’s health.
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.