End Sequestration and Protect Access to Therapy
As part of the deal to reopen the federal government and extend the federal debt limit in mid-October, a bipartisan budget conference committee  was created to find a path forward on Fiscal Year 2014 spending. While expectations are measured that the committee will find a long-term solution to our country's fiscal problems by December 13, PAN sees their work as an opportunity to have meaningful discussions about how to end sequestration, strengthen the economy, and ensure access to critical services for people with Parkinson's.
What's at stake?
There are a number of critical, time-sensitive issues facing Congress in the coming weeks and months.
PAN has sent a letter  to the members of the budget conference committee requesting they work on these important issues, but we need your help to ensure every single Member of Congress understands that we cannot afford any more cuts to medical research funding and innovation – and we cannot allow people with Parkinson's to be denied life-changing therapy services.
Take action today and tell your Members of Congress to end sequestration and support policies that strengthen research and Parkinson's care.
TAKE ACTION 
Date originally posted: November 7, 2013.