Change is Coming….A Preview of the 2024 Oregon Election and What it Means for Heart Advocacy

Every two years in Oregon, all 60 House seats and 15 of the 30 Senate seats are up for election. This year there are also three executive positions on the ballot — Secretary of State, Treasurer, and Attorney General, all of which do not have an incumbent running and are very popular seats for sitting legislators to make the jump to.

2024 Idaho Legislative Session Wrap Up

Thanks to great volunteers and advocates, we’re happy to share that despite the ups and downs, our Legislative Session 2024 has ended with some great success for the health of all Idahoans!

Healthcare for 1 in 10 Montanans

While the 2025 Montana Legislative Session is still months away, we are preparing for an important campaign to renew the state’s Medicaid Expansion program. When the Montana legislature voted in 2019 to renew Medicaid expansion, included in the legislation was a requirement that the program sunset after five years. With 1 in 10 Montanans relying on Medicaid for their healthcare coverage we know renewing the program is absolutely crucial.

Helping Utah Moms

In a monumental move to address maternal health disparities, Utah legislators approved an extension of postpartum Medicaid coverage from 60 days to a full year. This crucial legislation, passed during the 2023 state legislative session and was signed into law by Governor Spencer Cox, aiming to provide comprehensive care for new mothers during a high-risk period. 

Tell Key Lawmakers to Close the Coverage Gap

We need your help at the Mississippi capitol!

Louisiana's Session is Underway

We're in week three of Louisiana's 2024 Regular Legislative Session. We are asking lawmakers to build a Nation of Lifesavers by increasing the number of people ready to perform CPR in an emergency through the following policy efforts.

RSVP Today: Alabama Lobby Day, April 10

Our Alabama lobby day is quickly approaching! It's not too late to plan to join us and your fellow advocates for an exciting day meeting with lawmakers, in an effort to build a healthier Alabama. Sign up now to join us in Montgomery on April 10th! 

Gov. DeSantis signs youth athletics safety bill

We are thrilled that Governor DeSantis approved House Bill 865 on Friday, March 22 to enhance the safety of young athletes across the state. Beginning July 1, 2024, athletic coaches in public schools will receive ongoing CPR and AED training.

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Step into better health

Did you know? National Walking Day is April 3, 2024.

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