Welcome Congress Week has arrived!
As Congress addresses national challenges during this session, families are counting on them to consider the role that human milk feeding plays in providing long-lasting health protections that contribute to significant public health cost savings.
This Mother's Day, help us educate policymakers on what breastfeeding families really need.
146 organizations from across the country have signed on to a joint letter urging Congress to take action on this session's breastfeeding policy priorities. USBC leadership will share this organizational letter with legislators during Congressional office visits throughout the week.
By speaking together, we can create lasting change for families. Take action today to amplify these critical priorities!
Breastfeeding is a bipartisan issue that legislators from both sides of the aisle can agree on. These priorities reflect the policy changes that are most urgently needed over the next two years and are identified and selected through extensive feedback from USBC’s stakeholders and member organizations.
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Thank you for taking the time to lend your voice to the chorus of individuals and organizations urging policymakers to do their part to eliminate the barriers that keep parents from reaching their infant feeding goals. When we speak together, our voices are amplified.
Change isn't easy and it doesn't come fast. But with the generous support of individuals like you, we can generate positive change.
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