Your work to support children’s health is not over. Today, President Bush quietly vetoed new legislation for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
Even worse, not only did he deny urgently needed medical care to children in low-income families, President Bush vetoed a measure to extend the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for up to six months for families of wounded military personnel. This was a recommendation made by the President's own Commission.
This veto is callous and indefensible! We need your help to encourage our political leaders to keep fighting the good fight.
Over the coming weeks, Congress needs to muster the votes and political courage to override this veto - and the debate will be especially critical in the House of Representatives.
National partnership for women & families urges you to contact your Representative and encourage them to stand up to the President and stand for America’s children…and families of wounded soldiers.
I just sent a letter to my Representative urging them to stand with American's children and stand up to President Bush.
Take action today. Tell Congress to override President Bush's veto on the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
I urge you to take action today before it's too late!
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