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  • 1.Psychologists on the Hill: Grassroots efforts and new PAC aid legislative advocacy
    The APA Practice Organization’s political action committee gives psychologists the opportunity to build crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support APAPO’s legislative advocacy agenda.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (April 2013)
  • 2.APAPO-PAC is crucial for Medicare payment reform
    APAPO-PAC is dedicated to supporting candidates who are friends of psychology in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, and to building crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support the APA Practice Organization’s legislative advocacy agenda.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (September 2013)
  • 3.Research roundup: Self-injurious behavior, part 1
    Better understanding of factors related to the occurrence of self-injurious behavior may facilitate more efficient and appropriate assessment and treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (October 2011)
  • 4.Battle over spending cuts has only just begun
    The bill would reduce current federal spending by $60 billion, including cuts to NIH, NSF, Head Start, Pell Grants and scientific research.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (February 2011)
  • 5.Agreement announced to fund government through March
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid negotiated a deal with the House leadership to approve a six-month Continuing Resolution, a bill to keep the government going through March 2013, in the absence of the adoption of Fiscal Year 2013 spending bills.
    Newsletter Article - APA Science Policy News (August 2012)
  • 6.Fiscal year 2011: Heading for CR #7
    The sixth continuing resolution for the current fiscal year includes cuts of $6 billion through program terminations/reductions and the elimination of earmarks but did not impact scientific research funding.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (March 2011)
  • 7.Congress returns, and the fiscal cliff is waiting
    Producing legislation to avert the ‘fiscal cliff’ is the top priority, although other legislation, in particular the Defense Authorization Act, is also on the agenda.
    Newsletter Article - APA Science Policy News (November 2012)
  • 8.Reports strengthen case against sequestration
    Many reports discourage sequestration due to devastating impacts on reseach funding, health-related spending, defense spending and financial markets.
    Newsletter Article - APA Science Policy News (October 2012)
  • 9.APA cosponsors report on adverse effects of sequester
    Many organizations including the American Psychological Association have been lobbying Congress for many months to overturn the provision of the Budget Control Act that requires automatic across-the-board cuts to reduce the federal deficit.
    Newsletter Article - APA Science Policy News (November 2013)
  • 10.APA participates in Coalition for Health Funding Hill Day
    APA was one of 38 health organizations represented in the Coalition for Health Funding’s Hill Day on Oct. 23.
    Newsletter Article - APA Science Policy News (October 2012)
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