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LEGISLATIVE ALERT

9/26/2008

Support the Stimulus Bill for an FMAP Increase!

Senate Voting Today on FMAP Today

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote as early as this afternoon on a Stimulus Bill that provides a temporary increase in the Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP), the Medicaid matching rate.

The temporary increase in Medicaid will stop health insurance and health care cuts for low-income families.

ACTION REQUIRED

Call your Senator from the list below right away!
Urge them to support the Stimulus Bill, and to make sure the FMAP increase is included!

1-800-828-0498

Sen. Mel Martinez, FL
Sen. Christopher S. Bond, MO
Sen. Richard G. Lugar, IN
Sen. John E. Sununu, NH
Sen. Pat Roberts, KS
Sen. Elizabeth Dole, NC
Sen. Mitch McConnell, KY
Sen. Arlen Specter, PA
Sen. Norm Coleman, MN
Sen. Roger Wicker, MS

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