New Political Landscape Calls for Maximum Grassroots Engagement

| Nov-18-16

The recent elections caused many political shifts, including the loss of nearly 40 cosponsors of provider status legislation—the Pharmacy and Medically Underserved Areas Enhancement Act (H.R. 592/S. 314).

Now is the time to tap into the power that constituents have with their elected leaders.

The legislators, representing 17 states, will not be returning when the new Congress convenes in 2017, which presents an even more pressing need to make your voice heard in Washington D.C. by attending the ninth annual NACDS RxIMPACT Day on Capitol Hill, March 14-15, 2017. The political landscape has changed, and with change comes the opportunity to tell pharmacy’s story to new legislators and make the case for federal recognition of pharmacists, among other legislative priorities.

The good news? Advocates representing 45 states—a record for the event—have already registered. Be sure and add your strength to the numbers. Now is the time to tap into the power that constituents have with their elected leaders. NACDS RxIMPACT Day on Capitol Hill brings together more than 350 pharmacy executives, pharmacists, students and other pharmacy leaders to meet the new Congress, highlight the value of pharmacy and make a mark on history.

Register today to join advocates who have already registered from 45 states!

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