Check out this AVMA News article, Millions allocated for federal veterinary programs, for more details on other veterinary programs funded in the federal budget.
AVMA’s role: Advocacy and information
In addition to ensuring that veterinary voices are heard in Washington, AVMA is committed to keeping the veterinary community informed when important policy decisions are being made. It’s easy for you to stay up to date, no matter how you prefer to receive your news:
Email: Sign up for the AVMA Advocate newsletter, and get action alerts from the AVMA Congressional Advocacy Network (AVMACAN).
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Social media: Follow @AVMACAN on Facebook and Twitter, or any of the AVMA’s many other social media pages.
Advocacy is powered by you
AVMA’s large and diverse membership powers our advocacy, and individual voices amplify the Association’s impact. Discover simple actions you can take on the issues that matter most to you through the AVMA’s Congressional Advocacy Network, at avma.org/AVMACAN.