Subject: [DCHAS-L] Congressional Legislation - CFATS and CSB
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2018 13:25:32 -0800
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Please contact your Congressional representatives, both your
district Representative and your U.S. Senators and urge that
they support CFATS reauthorization and CSB funding and full
Board staffing.

The reauthorization bills pending are:

Senate Bill S3405
House Bill H.R. 6992.

Current authorization expires mid-January 2019 and CFATS is
strongly supported by the chemical enterprise, including
The budget of CSB is $12-13 million/year. We need this

Please make these three phone calls in the next seven days
so action can be taken promptly with the new Congress.

Thank you and please make your professional voice heard.


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