House Resolution 295 has just been introduced by StopAfib.org’s home district representative, Congresswoman Kay Granger (R-TX). We would like to thank Representative Granger for her support of the atrial fibrillation community.
The AF Resolution encourages promotion of afib awareness, diagnosis, and treatment. To move the resolution out of committee and to the House floor for a vote requires 100 co-sponsors. Will you help us by reaching out to your Congressional representative to sign on as a sponsor? Learn more about how to do so (only takes a minute or two) at:
Atrial Fibrillation Resolution, H. Res. 295, Introduced in the US House of Representatives
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