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The ALS Disability Insurance Access Act was reintroduced in the 116th Congress this week. Introduced with strong bipartisan support from 40 senators and 90 representatives. Learn how you can take action as an ALS Advocate in today!

When my late husband, Tom Pierotti, passed away in February of 2010 he had been receiving the Social Security Benefits that he had been contributing to and paying for his entire working career for ONLY A MONTH. Tom lost his battle with this horrendous disease a mere eighteen (18) months after diagnosis. I believe the ALS Disability Insurance Access Act will grant IMMEDIATE relief to patients and families enduring not only the ravages of this horrific disease but also ease the burden of carrying all the new financial uncertainties that accompany ALS.

Please take the time to click this link and contact your Congressmen and Senators. I am very grateful for the Bipartisan efforts on both sides of the aisle for the Senators and Congressmen who may make this a reality for all the families currently suffering with this brutal thief of a disease. Please act in memory of our beloved Tom!!!

Click this link to pass this act https://alsa.quorum.us/campaign/18492/

The ALS Association

The ALS Disability Insurance Access Act was reintroduced in the 116th Congress this week — in the Senate by Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Tom Cotton (R-AR), and in the House by Representatives Seth Moulton (D-MA) and Peter King (R-NY). The bill was introduced with strong bipartisan support from 40 senators and 90 representatives. Learn how you can take action as an ALS Advocate in today’s article: bit.ly/2EEGqVt. Thanks for your support! #ALS #ALSAdvocacy

 

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