November 17: AACN signed onto an American Council on Education letter to House and Senate leadership, urging congress to pass perminent protections to Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients during the final weeks of the 117th Congress.
November 15: AACN signed onto a Nursing Community Coalition letter to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees requesting at least $324.472 million for Title VIII Nursing Workforce Development Programs and at least $208.571 million for the National Institute of Nursing Research in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Omnibus.
November 15: AACN signed onto a Friends of the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) letter, congratulating Dr. Mary Wakefield on being named to lead CDC’s structure modernization work and urging her to incorporate NCHS’ vital role and core function in CDC, HHS, and public health more broadly.
November 8: AACN signed onto an Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research letter urging Congress to swiftly finalize a fiscal year (FY) 2023 spending package that prioritizes robust investments in agencies and programs that improve the nation’s health and well-being, including funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
October 26: AACN signed onto a CDC Coalition’s letter in support of at least $10.45 billion for CDC in any final FY 2023 spending bill.
October 26: AACN signed onto an APRN Coalition letter urging the promulgation of the provider nondiscrimination rules.
October 26: AACN signed onto a Nursing Community Coalition letter thanking House Nursing Congress Co-Chairs, Reps. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA-40) and David Joyce (R-OH-14) for introducing the Improving Care and Access to Nurses (I CAN) Act (H.R. 8812).
October 19: AACN signed onto American Indian/Alaska Native Health Partners' letters to the House and Senate supporting funding for the Indian Health Professions Account and Indian Health Service.
September 26: AACN signed on to an APRN Workgroup letter for the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) Fees; Histocompatibility, Personnel, and Alternative Sanctions for Certificate of Waiver Laboratories proposed rule.
September 26: AACN signed onto a Nursing Community Coalition letter urging Congress to pass top legislative priorities impacting our current and future nursing workforce before the end of the 117th Congress.
September 19: AACN signed onto a Research!America’s organizational letter urging timely action on FY23 appropriations to meet the very real research funding needs of the nation.
September 16: AACN signed onto a Friends of NCHS letter to Congressional appropriators thanking them for the support in the House and Senate Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations bill and urging that NCHS be funded for at least $190 million.
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