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Reducing Risks from Invasive Species Coalition Congressional Reception and Awards Ceremony

June 5, 2017

You are invited to attend the 4th annual Congressional Reception and Awards Program in cooperation with the Congressional Invasive Species Caucus.

Climate Adaptation Science Center Funding Letter: Deadline Monday

June 2, 2017

Rep. Polis (D-CO) and Rep. Young (R-AK) are leading the below letter asking to support stable and full funding for the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers under the U.S. Geological Survey (formerly the National Climate Change and Wildlife
Science Center/Climate Science Centers). The FY2017 and FY2016 enacted appropriations for this program were $25.335M and $26.435M, respectively, but the President’s FY2018 budget request proposes $17.435M for the program, a decrease of $7.9M. The budget request
also stated that this funding level would consolidate the current eight centers to four.

Climate Adaptation Science Centers Funding Letter: Deadline Monday

June 2, 2017

Rep. Polis (D-CO) and Rep. Young (R-AK) are leading the below letter asking to support stable and full funding for the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers under the U.S. Geological Survey (formerly the National Climate Change and Wildlife
Science Center/Climate Science Centers). The FY2017 and FY2016 enacted appropriations for this program were $25.335M and $26.435M, respectively, but the President’s FY2018 budget request proposes $17.435M for the program, a decrease of $7.9M. The budget request
also stated that this funding level would consolidate the current eight centers to four.

Counting on Ocean Benefits

May 31, 2017

By now, you should have received the following invitation from COMPASS to attend a briefing on ocean benefits. Please RSVP using the link below.

BRIEFING: The latest in migraine research and prevention!

May 31, 2017

Did you know about 12 percent of the U.S. population experience migraine? This disabling condition occurs in both children and adults, but affects adult women three times more often than men, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders
and Stroke (NINDS).

COSPONSOR H.R. 664, the STOP OD Act of 2017 (v. 22)

May 30, 2017

We invite you to join us in cosponsoring the Stem the Tide of Overdose Prevalence from Opiate Drugs Act of 2017, or the STOP OD Act, H.R. 664, which would help state and local governments raise awareness that Fentanyl-laced drugs are rising in popularity,
and equip our first responders with the training and tools they need to fight this epidemic.