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Bleeding Disorder Week Resources

Posted by pwsadmin on February 9, 2018
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Copay example email to congressmen

Posted by pwsadmin on January 23, 2018
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SL: Join [PATIENT ORGANIZATION] in Des Moines on February 6! Hello [PATIENT org] Community Member, [Patient organization] is a member of the Iowa Co-Pay Choice Coalition which brings together a variety of patient and provider organizations with the common goal of introducing a bill this legislative session in Iowa that will ensure that people with chronic conditions in need of expensive treatments have a choice of health insurance plans that offer an option for flat
The Honorable (full name) U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Representative (last name): The legislation addressing SSB 3003 Continuity of Care-Non-Medical Switching is of paramount interest to me because I am a caregiver of someone with a bleeding disorder. This issue directly my family and community because we are not receiving access to the correct treatment or care causing sever complications. I am primarily concerned about patient access to product and care in Iowa because with the limited number

How to contact representatives

Posted by pwsadmin on January 17, 2018
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Making the call can be intimidating, follow these guidelines to make is easy! As citizens, we have the right to petition our government and make our voices heard on important policy issues. Representatives and senators are very busy people—so busy, they often do not have the time to read the contents of the bills they sign or research how their constituents feel about them. Calling and writing are the best ways to make your opinion

Example letter to representative

Posted by pwsadmin on January 15, 2018
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A letter to your elected representative is a powerful tool. It helps policymakers understand the human impact of the laws they create. A good letter tells a story of how a particular piece of legislation affects you. It includes personal anecdotes as well as facts about the law. It shows that you understand the issue, and want, in turn, to make your lawmaker understand how deeply this would affect you. When writing a letter, a

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