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Date:1/14/2009

's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) as soon as possible this year. We were encouraged by the bipartisan, bicameral efforts during the 110th Congress and believe these have laid a solid foundation for agreement on full reauthorization of the program prior to the March 31, 2009 deadline." [Letter to Congressional Leadership, 1/13/09]

NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

"It is critical for the healthy future of our nation that children are provided with health care. We strongly urge you to vote in favor of the State Children's Health Care Program, including the extension to cover additional children and covering immigrant children. We must treat our children with dignity, modeling for them the value of human dignity." [Letter to Congress, 1/13/09]

First Focus

"As an organization committed to improving health care for all children, we know that SCHIP reauthorization is essential if we are to move toward a day when all children have access to the coverage they need. In these dire economic times, this program serves as a critical lifeline for millions of American families." [Letter to Speaker Pelosi, 1/13/09]

Consumers Union

"Reducing the number of uninsured children -- and thereby improving the long-term health of the nation -- is one of the most important health legislative goals of this Congress and is a stepping stone to comprehensive health reform. Furthermore, by paying for the insurance expansion through tobacco taxes, you will also help discourage the use of death and disease-promoting products -- another great investment toward a healthier American future." [Letter to Congress, 1/12/09]

American Dental Hygienists Association

"This SCHIP reauthorization agreement would stabilize dental care for children in poor working families by providing a federal guarantee for dental coverage. While nine million children lack health insurance coverage, more than tw
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