WIC Sign-On Letter

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From our friends at the Coalition on Human Needs

As Congress considers Fiscal Year 2013 funding action, it is imperative that advocates across the nation show their support for the Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC). The National WIC Association's (NWA) national bipartisan poll found that Americans overwhelmingly support WIC and oppose funding cuts to WIC by a two to one margin. Still, the WIC Program is in jeopardy of suffering significant funding cuts if we fail to act.

NWA is asking national, state, and local organizations to sign on to this coalition letter protecting WIC by March 28, 2012 by emailing Samantha Lee at slee@nwica.org.

Please share this message with your partner organizations and invite them to sign the letter.


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