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Making sure new legislators know about ACS CAN and our priority issues is critical.  Please fill out this simple form.  We'll determine who your legislators are and if they're new, we'll provide you with the information they need to know about.

Latest Updates

March 4, 2021
Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The unpredictable and dynamic nature of COVID-19 is no match for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s (ACS CAN) volunteers’ steadfast commitment. Because of the virus and the elevated risk for those with compromised immune systems, cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers from across the state

January 27, 2021
Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Today, Gov. Mike Parson delivered his State of the State Address and released his proposed fiscal year 2022 budget. Emily Kalmer, director of government relations in Missouri for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), made the following statement in reaction. “As an

January 5, 2021
Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – As lawmakers dive into the new year, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) asks that legislators support legislation that will ease the cancer burden in Missouri. Long after this pandemic passes, people deserve to live full, healthy lives. ACS CAN is advocating for:

November 19, 2020
Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network is marking the American Cancer Society’s 45th annual Great American Smokeout happening today by calling on state lawmakers and the governor to protect the health of our youth, residents with lower incomes, LGBTQ+ communities and communities of color

State Contacts

Tim Freeman
Grassroots Manager
Columbia
Emily Kalmer
Government Relations Director
St. Louis
Michelle Zimmerman
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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