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Awareness Day at the Capitol: Friday, February 3, 2017
It appears that the Legislature will not be in Session on that day--however, we are still on! We will go as usual, have our morning program, meet with any legislators who may be at the Capitol that day with whom we can get an appointment (and if not, we'll meet with their staff--who often can influence their boss to support legislation--especially if they have a personal connection to the disease), have our morning program and update on where our legislation is, our lunch program will bill sponsors and key department heads, complete our meeting report forms, then have a safe trip home following a successful day!
Advocates will speak with our State
Senators and State Representatives (or their staff) about the needs of those living with
Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and their families and advocate for 1 Legislative Priority and 3 Budget Priorities. To read more details about each issue, please visit our Advocacy page.
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