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FCNL in the News Putting Citizenship Back in Congress 

At a time when many Americans feel powerless to effect change — and some are deeply concerned about the health of their democracy — it’s worth highlighting those instances when democracy actually works the way it’s supposed to.

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Update The FCNL Experience: Lobbying on the Lawn 

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

Advocacy Resource Medicaid Fact Sheet Sources 

In our state Medicaid Fact Sheets, we explain how each state will be impacted by cuts to Medicaid. Below are the statistics referenced in each section:

Background Advocacy Corps 2017-2018 

The 2017-2018 class of Advocacy Corps Organizers work with Congress on meaningful, bipartisan climate action.

Update Why did the American Health Care Act Fail? 

On November 8th 2016, Republicans took hold of the presidency and both chambers of Congress, after heavily campaigning to repeal the Affordable Care Act. It is no wonder that many within the Washington establishment assumed the Affordable Care Act would be gone the day after Inauguration.

Update Young Adults Lobby to #ResistInjustice 

Just days before a vote to eliminate the Medicaid program as we know it and repeal the Affordable Care Act, 400 young adults from 37 states came to Washington, DC to lobby at FCNL's Spring Lobby Weekend.

Update On the Road with Organizers 

Advocacy Corps Coordinator Katie Breslin is checking in with members of FCNL's Advocacy Corps, who are working in their communities to advance comprehensive immigration reform.

Background No Affordable Care Act Repeal Without Adequate Replacement 

This document highlights the benefits of the ACA that should included in any replacement. It also explains why certain proposals that have been put forth to replace the ACA are detrimental.

Update #ProtectOurCare: Don't Repeal Obamacare Without Replacement  

Congress is moving quickly to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While the ACA isn’t a perfect law, any plan to repeal it without a comprehensive replacement in the same legislation is dangerous.

Background We Are Our Own Medicine 

A report of an American Friends Service Committee Delegation to Standing Rock

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