We need help informing—and in some cases, changing—the views policymakers have about medical professions and specialties, such as rheumatology. As a constituent and a voter, you hold a considerable amount of power, and your experience and opinions should matter to your elected officials. Keeping your name and rheumatology issues in front of district staff might make all the difference if those issues make it to Capitol Hill for a hearing or a vote.
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We hope that you will take these steps to start a dialogue and forge a relationship with those elected to represent you in Washington, D.C. Existing relationships that ACR/ARP members have in their states make our advocacy team’s work on Capitol Hill stronger and more effective.