Legislative Update: What’s going on with the ACA?

August recess is over and Washington, D.C. is once again back at work on healthcare. Efforts to stabilize the individual market will take center stage this week as the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee hosts the first public hearings on healthcare reform….

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A Recess Refresh: Fight CRC’s Congressional Committee

Washington, D.C. is an ever-changing environment. The policy focus of our elected officials can change in an instant, but ours does not. Our focus remains patient-centered. Even when our politics run high, our commitment to pushing for improved public policy, laws and budgets remains steadfast….

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Julienne Finds Her Voice

Meet Julienne Gede Edwards, our new Grassroots Advocacy Manager, and see why and how she developed a passion for grassroots advocacy and fighting for those with colorectal cancer. I discovered my love of advocacy in a very organic way somewhere along the twisting path from…

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Healthcare Reform: 5 Things You Need To Know

It’s been a busy week in Washington, D.C. Here are the 5 things you need to know: 1. Goodbye BCRA On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that the Senate would not vote on the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). Four republican Senators –…

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Take the 2017 August Recess Challenge!

Each year, Fight CRC hosts an August Recess Challenge to get advocates involved in advocacy from home. The August Recess Challenge is an annual grassroots advocacy campaign with weekly challenges like meeting with your member of congress, calling your representatives or engaging with them on…

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Update on the Senate Healthcare Bill

*Reminder: Fight CRC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and to maintain our 501(c)(3)  status we must remain nonpartisan. We are not allowed to endorse candidates, donate money or resources to candidates, rate or rank candidates on their positions compared to our priorities or positions. If…

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UPDATE: CDC Data from Colorectal Cancer Screening Programs

Since the release of the Trump budget for FY 2018, Fight CRC and our partners have been focused on the effect the budget may have on the future services of the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Colorectal Cancer Screening Programs (CRCCP). In our blog post…

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3 Things to Know About the Healthcare Repeal

With so much happening in healthcare policy, it can be challenging to make sense of it all. So, we wanted to update you on three things you need to know about healthcare reform in Congress. Here’s what Fight CRC is doing to ensure the voices…

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