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Government Affairs & Health Policy: A New Way to CLC

   
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ACOG’s 2015 Congressional Leadership Conference (CLC), the President’s Conference, March 8–10, is right around the corner. This year, the CLC comes with a new tool: a one-stop shop to get everyone involved in advocacy, whether you attend the conference or not.

At the CLC

ACOG.org/clc is an interactive website, updated weekly, with all the important CLC information. You can find logistics; events, including District Legislative Meetings; the conference agenda; and other helpful tools. RSVP for the fantastic IGHT Night at the Newseum Ob-GynPAC event and watch for late-breaking news, like our announcement that former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and veteran ABC White House correspondent Ann Compton are officially confirmed to speak this year. Check ACOG.org/clc for updates and tips to help you be your best at our 33rd Annual Congressional Leadership Conference.

Can’t Attend? Advocate from Home

Can’t make it to Washington, DC, this year? Be part of our conference from home! ACOG.org/clc and ACOG’s advocacy Twitter account, @ACOGAction, make it easy to stay connected and advocate for our specialty wherever you are. Follow @ACOGAction for live updates as the conference rolls on, and join the conversation with the hashtag #ACOGCLC. Take Action! will connect you with ACOG’s new advocacy website and help you call on your senators and representatives to support our legislative asks.

Remember: The most meaningful voice on Capitol Hill is yours, the trusted doctor constituent. Get involved today!

 

 

American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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