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Puerto Rico

Join us at our Puerto Rico volunteer public policy meetings on the last Thursdays of the month. We look forward to hearing from you!

Puerto Rico

Únase a nosotros en nuestras reunións de politica publica de los voluntarios de Puerto Rico los ultimos jueves del mes. ¡Esperamos con interés escuchar de usted!

Idaho

Please send a quick message to Idaho lawmakers asking them to demonstrate their commitment to the health of their constituents by protecting Medicaid expansion.

Puerto Rico

¿Quieres ser voluntario de Política Pública a favor de la lucha contra el Cáncer en Puerto Rico? Únase a nosotros en nuestra primera reunión de politica publica de los voluntarios de Puerto Rico de 2024, el 25 de enero a las 6 p.m.

New York

Please join us for ACS CAN NY's virtual Budget Advocacy Day on Thursday, February 29, 2024 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Sign-up today!

New Hampshire

Be a part of Cancer Action Day on Thursday, March 7, when advocates from across the state gather in Concord to engage state lawmakers on critical issues impacting our community. Don't miss this opportunity to meet like-minded Granite Staters and make your voice heard at the State House!

Florida

We are urging Florida lawmakers to support legislation expanding access to biomarker testing and to follow the Governor’s budget recommendation to increase funding for the Mary Brogan Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program to $3 million.

Maine

Be a part of Cancer Action Day on Tuesday, February 13, when advocates from across the state gather in Augusta to engage state lawmakers on critical issues impacting our community. Don't miss this opportunity to meet like-minded Mainers and make your voice heard at the State House!

Rhode Island

Join us in Providence at the Rhode Island Statehouse for our 2024 Cancer Action Day. Together cancer survivors, caregivers and advocates will meet with lawmakers to support critical legislation to make cancer medications more affordable.

South Dakota

Expansion provides health coverage to individuals and families who otherwise fall into the coverage gap - those earning too much to qualify for traditional Medicaid, but not enough to qualify for subsidies on the Marketplace.