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It's Easy to be a Champion for Children's Health Care
Our children depend on champions like you to be their advocates and to support policies that improve the well-being of all children. It is important that champions for children’s health care work within the law to change the law.
Legislative advocacy by private citizens is constitutionally protected by the Bill of Rights, just like freedom of speech and freedom of religion. In fact, elected officials encourage petitioning the government; they want to hear from the people who elect them.
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