Tell Us: What are Your Priorities for Congress?

by Rebecca Farley on April 8, 2011

At the National Council’s 7th Annual Public Policy Institute and Hill Day, July 19-20, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to your elected officials about the most pressing issues facing the behavioral health field. But you don’t have to wait until Hill Day to voice your opinions: take our instant poll below to let us know your priorities for Washington!

Then, visit our Hill Day website to register and book your hotel room today.

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sharon surrette April 19, 2011 at 5:06 pm

Congressman:

Now is the time to present a good argument for a ‘public option’ in health care reform. It will lower health care costs through competition and emphasis on prevention and low cost drugs.

Please don’t allow the H.R. to undermine Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Once Democrats give in it is the beginning of the end.

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