“You can be a housewife in Texas or a lawyer in Washington, and your story, your passion – that is what is going to make the change.” – Suzanne Lindley, 2010 Call-on Congress Advocate
Ballots are still being counted in some districts, but one thing is already clear – the 112th Congress will have the largest freshmen class in years. In January, at least 95 new Representatives and 16 new Senators will come to Washington.
The only way we will get the newest members of Congress to make the fight against colorectal cancer a top legislative priority is if we tell them why it should be a priority. Come climb the steps of the Capitol with us.
We need your voice at the 2011 Call-on Congress on March 8-9.
Bring your cancer story to the halls of Congress and make a difference in the fight against colorectal cancer.
It is more important than ever that we talk to Congress about the importance of funding colorectal cancer research – hundreds of new Members are waiting to hear from you.
“We do not have a government of the majority. We have a government of the majority who participate.” – President Thomas Jefferson