ACP Pharmacy Committee members from 40 states are helping pass HR 1946. 


More than 900 independent pharmacists have joined Pharmacy Committees in 100+ congressional districts.  The committees helped us work directly with key members of Congress to advance HR 971.


WE NEED YOUR HELP!


We must push HR 1946 over the finish line in 2011.  That means we must educate Senators and House members about the bill.  We must also help them understand how predatory PBM practices are driving independent pharmacies out of business and undermining consumer access to critical professional health services.

There is no fee to join a Pharmacy Committee, but there are considerable costs associated with reaching out to independent pharmacists and helping them organize.  There are also costs associated with drafting letters and arranging meetings with members of Congress. 


To do this, we need financial support to make this happen.

Grassroots Program

Send an email to brad@ngrc.com (write “Grassroots Program” in the title bar).  We will email a one-page form to you immediately that you can attach to your check and send in. 

Send a check today to:


    ACP Grassroots Program

    P.O. Box 98177   

    Raleigh, NC 27624

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Call Brad @ 202-422-4999.  He can answer any questions and help you contribute.

PLEASE HELP IN ONE OF 3 WAYS!

We need our grassroots supporters to donate to the cause.  Our new Grassroots Program website was developed so you can monitor our progress and see how your contributions are making a difference.

Here’s How

Contribute Help us build Pharmacy Committees in every state

We need your help to build more committees.  See how your contribution can make a difference.

More Information . . .

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Suite 500

Washington, DC 20001

P. 202-628-0333

Join the ACPCN Pharmacy Committee in your state.

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