Closing at noon: Support Distracted Driving Prevention

Please join us in sending a letter to the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development requesting robust funding for distracted driving prevention under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Priority
Safety Program. Under this important program, qualified states receive hundreds of thousands of dollars to inform citizens about the dangers of distracted driving and to promote distracted driving laws.

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Support Distracted Driving Prevention in FY20 – closes today at 5pm

Please join us in sending a letter to the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development requesting robust funding for distracted driving prevention under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Priority
Safety Program. Under this important program, qualified states receive hundreds of thousands of dollars to inform citizens about the dangers of distracted driving and to promote distracted driving laws.

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Support Distracted Driving Prevention in FY20

Please join us in sending a letter to the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development requesting robust funding for distracted driving prevention under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Priority
Safety Program. Under this important program, qualified states receive hundreds of thousands of dollars to inform citizens about the dangers of distracted driving and to promote distracted driving laws.

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Support Research on Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on the American Workforce

The development of artificial intelligence will pose both opportunities and challenges for American workers in the coming decades. For this reason, it is critical that the federal government work with business and labor leaders, educators, and workforce
stakeholders to ensure that American workers are equipped with the skills and training to obtain good-paying jobs in the 21st century.

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Support Research on Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on the American Workforce

The development of artificial intelligence will pose both opportunities and challenges for American workers in the coming decades. For this reason, it is critical that the federal government work with business and labor leaders, educators, and workforce
stakeholders to ensure that American workers are equipped with the skills and training to obtain good-paying jobs in the 21st century.

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Last Chance: Support Vaccine Acceptance Research in FY2020

Recently, there have been several outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases across the United States. For example, this year, a measles outbreak in New York infected more than 180 people. In Washington state, a similar measles outbreak has sickened 74 people
so far and has spread to other states. In Oregon, a child who did not receive his recommended tetanus vaccination spent two months in intensive care. Americans are once again suffering from diseases that vaccine use had mostly eliminated, including whooping
cough and tetanus.

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Support Distracted Driving Prevention in FY20

Please join us in sending a letter to the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development requesting robust funding for distracted driving prevention under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Priority
Safety Program. Under this important program, qualified states receive hundreds of thousands of dollars to inform citizens about the dangers of distracted driving and to promote distracted driving laws.

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Help Prevent Distracted Driving

Please join us in sending a letter to the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development requesting robust funding for distracted driving prevention under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Priority
Safety Program. Under this important program, qualified states receive hundreds of thousands of dollars to inform citizens about the dangers of distracted driving and to promote distracted driving laws.

Read More

Support Vaccine Acceptance Research in FY2020

Recently, there have been several outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases across the United States. For example, this year, a measles outbreak in New York infected more than 180 people. In Washington state, a similar measles outbreak has sickened 74 people
so far and has spread to other states. In Oregon, a child who did not receive his recommended tetanus vaccination spent two months in intensive care. Americans are once again suffering from diseases that vaccine use had mostly eliminated, including whooping
cough and tetanus.

Read More