The September issue of Texas Medicine features a cover story on the growing need for physician involvement in the TMA Political Action Committee (TEXPAC) and the group's mission to ensure medicine's voice rings in the Texas Legislature and good health policy prevails. It also highlights TMA's latest scope-of-practice battles, the association's role in recruiting physicians to care for veterans, tropical disease emerging in Texas, and Texas medical schools' efforts to help students match to a residency program.
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Action, Sept. 15, 2014