Tomorrow: Food Allergy Research Briefing

You should have recently received an invitation from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) to attend a Congressional Briefing on Food Allergy Research on Wednesday May 22 in Rayburn 2253 between 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. The
event is in support of May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month and will serve as a good time to focus on how federal investments at the National Institute of Health (NIH) and Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP) can save lives in the event
of an asthma or allergy related emergency.

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Join the Call to Formally End the Korean War

We write to request that you join as a cosponsor of this resolution calling for an end of war declaration and peace agreement that will formally end the Korean war, which is among the longest ongoing conflicts in the world. In 1953, the parties to the conflict
signed an Armistice Agreement that pledged an end to “all acts of armed force in Korea until a final peaceful settlement is achieved”, but it did not formally end the war, nor did it represent a final peace settlement.

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Cosponsor the PFAs Waste Incineration Ban Act of 2019

I invite you to cosponsor the PFAs Waste Incineration Ban Act, which would require the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to prohibit the incineration of firefighting foam that contains per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs). Additionally, the bill
would require EPA to identify other wastes that contains PFAs and to also prohibit their incineration.

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Cosponsor the PFAs Waste Incineration Ban Act of 2019

I invite you to cosponsor the PFAs Waste Incineration Ban Act, which would require the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to prohibit the incineration of firefighting foam that contains per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs). Additionally, the bill
would require EPA to identify other wastes that contains PFAs and to also prohibit their incineration.

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CLOSING TODAY: Support Robust Federal Investment in Food Allergy Research

The most recent study published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open found that nearly
32 million Americans suffer from food allergies. That is one in ten adults, and one in 13 children – or roughly two in every classroom. This means 32 million people (more than the population of the entire state of Texas) are afflicted with
a condition that, if serious enough, can cause death within 15 minutes of allergen exposure.

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70,000+ Constituents in Your District Likely Suffer from Food Allergies — Support Research in FY20

The most recent study published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open found that nearly
32 million Americans suffer from food allergies. That is one in ten adults, and one in 13 children – or roughly two in every classroom. This means 32 million people (more than the population of the entire state of Texas) are afflicted with
a condition that, if serious enough, can cause death within 15 minutes of allergen exposure.

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Support Robust Federal Investment in Food Allergy Research for FY20

The most recent study published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open found that nearly
32 million Americans suffer from food allergies. That is one in ten adults, and one in 13 children – or roughly two in every classroom. This means 32 million people (more than the population of the entire state of Texas) are afflicted with
a condition that, if serious enough, can cause death within 15 minutes of allergen exposure.

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Support Robust Federal Investment in Food Allergy Research for FY20

The most recent study published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open found that nearly
32 million Americans suffer from food allergies. That is one in ten adults, and one in 13 children – or roughly two in every classroom. This means 32 million people (more than the population of the entire state of Texas) are afflicted with
a condition that, if serious enough, can cause death within 15 minutes of allergen exposure.

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Support Robust Federal Investment in Food Allergy Research for FY20

The most recent study published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open found that nearly
32 million Americans suffer from food allergies. That is one in ten adults, and one in 13 children – or roughly two in every classroom. This means 32 million people (more than the population of the entire state of Texas) are afflicted with
a condition that, if serious enough, can cause death within 15 minutes of allergen exposure.

Read More