Legislators need to hear from you – their physician, medical student, and alliance constituents – to understand how proposed legislation can potentially impact the practice of medicine in Texas.
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5 Steps You Can Take To Make A Difference
TMA works tirelessly to protect your patients and strengthen your profession. Tap into TMA's many advocacy resources before, during, and after the 88th Legislative Session and become an effective advocate, such as Texas Medicine Today (TMT), TMA’s daily e-newsletter for current legislative information, and TMA's Grassroots Action Center to follow our advocacy efforts, amplify physician priorities, and celebrate legislative wins.
Got First Tuesdays questions? Call or email the Knowledge Center.
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