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        1. Become an Advocate

          FASEB represents more than 130,000 scientists through collaborative advocacy with constituent societies. Our top priority is urging Congress to provide sustainable and predictable federal funding for scientific research.

          But our collective advocacy goes only so far—policymakers want to hear from constituents, too. There are many ways to deliver messages, ranging from privately meeting your legislator to attending a campaign event or town-hall meeting.

          The resources below provide a set of practical tools and actions you can take to communicate with elected officials and the public.

          Sign Up for Legislative Alerts


          Your Advocacy Toolkit

          Request a Meeting

          Meeting with federal lawmakers is a good way to advocate for scientific research

          Request a Meeting




          Plan a congressional visit

          Do your homework to effectively engage policymakers 

          Plan a congressional visit




          Share your story

          Tell a personal story and provide specific examples of how your research improves public health or economic vitality 

          Plan a congressional visit




          Write to congress

          Checking in after a meeting is a critical next step in forming a good relationship with members of Congress and staff

          Write to congress




          Attend a local meeting

          When there is limited time to present your case, it’s important to be prepared 

          Attend a local meeting




          Get the word out

          Newspaper commentaries and letters-to-the-editor are widely read by elected officials, their aides, and the public

          Get the word out




          Connect on Social Media

          Social media has changed the way the public communicates with policymakers. Join the conversation 

          Connect on Social Media




          Legislative action center

          Sign up to receive alerts about important science policy issues

          Legislative action center




          Host a lab visit

          Invite officials to see your research in person

          Host a lab visit

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