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Action Alert FINAL VOTE: Tell your senators to vote NO on health care bill 

Within roughly the next 24 hours, the Senate will vote on final passage of their health care bill. At this moment, senators are debating on amendments and deciding what that final bill will look like.

Action Alert We Have to Keep Going 

The Senate just passed the motion to proceed to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicaid.

Update Conference Call: A More Just, Peaceful Budget 

July 25, 2017 Conference Call

Join lobbyists Amelia Kegan and Anthony Wier to learn about what is happening on the budget debate here in Washington, DC. Find out where things stand in the House and Senate, what the timeline for action is, and most importantly, what you can do to take action for a more just budget.

Action Alert VOTE TODAY: Call now to stop the health care bill 

The Senate is voting TODAY on moving forward to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut Medicaid by hundreds of billions of dollars.

Background It's Not Over Until It's Over 

We are closer now than ever to a major win on health care, thanks in large part to the strong advocacy of people like you. But with a procedural vote on Tuesday and a possible floor debate coming up, every minute counts for protecting access to quality, affordable health care.

Off a Cliff: Consequences of Repeal and Delay 

The Senate's "repeal and delay" health care plan pushes 32 million people off a health care coverage cliff over 10 years.

Action Alert It's Not Over Yet on Health Care 

We are on the cusp of a giant victory, and i's because of your incredible advocacy. As of Monday, Senate Majority Leader McConnell does not have the votes either to pass the Senate health care bill or to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement.

Update Federal Budget Priorities: Working for a Moral Budget 

Constituent advocacy can help stop disastrous budget decisions.

The House and Senate have spent months debating legislation that would leave upwards of 20 million people without health insurance in order to fund tax cuts for the richest people in the country.

Lobby with FCNL this August 

This September, the House and Senate will be debating spending bills and working to pass a budget. If leading voices in this debate get their way, that budget will slash spending on critical domestic programs, including Medicaid and SNAP, in order to justify massive increases in an already bloated pentagon budget. But before they make these decisions, members of Congress spend five weeks at home, and have an opportunity to hear from some of the most important voices on this issue: yours.

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