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LEGISLATIVE ALERT

2/12/2008

Be an Original Cosponsor of the White House Conference Bill

Call Your Representative and Get them to Cosponsor the Monumental Bill!

CWLA has been working with Congress daily to file legislation that will convene a long overdue White House Conference on Children and Youth.

White House Conference legislation is expected to be filed late this week. Call your Representative right away and ask them to be an original co-sponsor of this monumental legislation!










ACTION REQUIRED

Call your Representative today!
U.S. Capitol Switchboard 1-800-828-0498

MESSAGE

MESSAGE

Ask your Representative to be an original co-sponsor of the White House Conference legislation.
Tell them the time has come for this country to again focus national attention on our children, something that hasn't been done in almost 40 years.
To be an original co-sponsor, tell your Representative to contact Liz King in Congressman Fattah's office at 5-4001 or Elizabeth.King@mail.house.gov or Alanna Porter in Congressman Porer's office at 5-3252 or Alanna.Porter@mail.house.gov.

BACKGROUND

Hundreds of CWLA members and others will be convening on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, February 27 to tell Congress to support a White House Conference on Children and Youth. To join us for CWLA's Advocacy Day, visit Web link.

To read more about CWLA's Campaign for a White House Conference, please visit Web link.

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