Monday, March 17, 2008

20 Senators have Signed on to Support Multiple Sclerosis Research Funding

Senators are signing on to a letter requesting that $15 million be provided for multiple sclerosis research through the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP). This Dear Colleague letter was circulated in the Senate by Senators Sherrod Brown (OH) and Jim Bunning (KY).

If your Senator is not the list, click here to send a reminder.

Dear Colleague Signers as of April 2, 2008
  • Daniel Akaka (HI)
  • Jeff Bingaman (NM)
  • Barbara Boxer (CA)
  • Sherrod Brown (OH)
  • Jim Bunning (KY)
  • Robert Casey (PA)
  • Richard Durbin (IL)
  • Edward Kennedy (MA)
  • John Kerry (MA)
  • Amy Klobuchar (MN)
  • Frank Lautenberg (NJ)
  • Jack Reed (RI)
  • Bernard Sanders (VT)
  • Chuck Schumer (NY)
  • Olympia Snowe (ME)
  • Arlen Specter (PA)
  • Debbie Stabenow (MI)
  • John Warner (VA)
  • Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)
  • Ron Wyden (OR)


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Hi, I apologize for the 'form' letter but it is the easiest way to pass word most quickly.

I am thrilled with the response to the MS Blogger project started at my blog, Brass and Ivory. I appreciate all those who took time to post about it on their blogs. I have discovered even more bloggers who have MS, whether they blog about the MS or not. A new listing is available at MS Blogger Community Project Revised.

Secondly, I'm looking for submissions for next week's Carnival of MS Bloggers. Information can be found at the end of each issue archived at Carnival of MS Bloggers. What I'm looking for this week are posts related to creativity. I discovered so many new bloggers who quilt, or knit, or crochet, or write, or photograph, etc. Basically, what do you do to express yourself?

Thank you so much for participating.

Lisa Emrich

P.S. I also apologize for any increased 'spamming' of blog comments due to my growing linklist of bloggers with MS. For that I am sincerely sorry.