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ACS CAN Arkansas 2019 Day at the Capitol

The Regular Session of the 92nd Arkansas General Assembly is underway and that means it’s almost time for the 2019 Day at the Capitol.

Latest Updates

November 29, 2018

Arkansas has the second-highest rate of smoking-related cancer deaths in the country: 33.5 percent of cancer deaths in Arkansas are directly attributable to smoking.

August 9, 2018

“This 16th edition of the report shows how close Arkansas is to making a real difference in the fight against cancer,” said ACS CAN Government Relations Director Michael Keck.

May 16, 2018

SPRINGDALE, Ark. – Local American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network volunteer Abbie Luzius joined more than 100 other cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, physicians and researchers in Washington, D.C., this week to urge lawmakers to make fighting cancer a top national priority. These advocates united for the 19 th annual One

September 20, 2017

September 20, 2017 The Honorable Asa Hutchinson Office of the Governor State Capitol Room 250 Little Rock, AR 72201 Dear Governor Hutchinson, The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), the advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, is the nation’s largest patient advocacy organization, dedicated to eliminating death

State Contacts

Travis Montgomery
Grassroots Manager
Michael Keck
Government Relations Director
Adrienne M. Lynch
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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