22 million without health insurance

The Senate is preparing to vote on health care legislation that would decimate our commitment to a society for equity and justice for all.

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  1. Advocacy Resource Lobby Your Senators on Health Care 

    The Senate is making critical choices on healthcare right now. The biggest impact you can have is meeting directly with a member of Congress or their staff. Take action to protect Medicaid, a critical, lifesaving program under threat in current legislation.

  2. Update The FCNL Experience: Lobbying on the Lawn 

    FCNL intern Hannah Misangyi shares her first time meeting a member of Congress.

  3. Update Bipartisan Bill on Genocide Prevention Introduced in the House 

    In a demonstration of strong bipartisan leadership, Representatives Ann Wagner (R-MO), Joe Crowley (D-NY), and their colleagues introduced the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act (H.R.3030) in the House of Representatives on June 22.

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FCNL Events

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  1. Interfaith Health Care Town Hall and Worship Service 
    1. June 27, 2017 in Portland, ME
  2. Interfaith Health Care Vigil 
    1. June 28-29, 2017 in Washington, DC
  3. Join an Advocacy Training Near You! 
    1. June 2017 Across the Country
  4. FCNL at Yearly Meetings 
    1. Summer 2017 Across the Country

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