Three New Co-Sponsors for H.R. 1054! Congresswomen Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Anna Eshoo (D-CA-14th), and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL-20th have become the latest members of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 1054, the Access to Certified Professional Midwives Act of 2011. The Campaign is deeply grateful to these Representatives for their support for increasing women’s access to midwives.
MAMA is Celebrating! Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ-7th) has become the latest member of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 1054, the Access to Certified Professional Midwives Act of 2011. The Campaign is deeply grateful to Representative Grijalva for his support for increasing women’s access to midwives and quality maternity care and for his leadership in supporting H.R..
Want to Talk to Your State Midwife Association/Community About the MAMA Campaign? MAMA has a short, punchy slide show that you can use to share the good news of the MAMA Campaign and build support for the CPM bill in Congress. Click here to download the power point presentation.
Its a lucky day for moms and midwives. Click here to read the campaign’s e-news message about the “Access to Certified Professional Midwives Act of 2011″ HR 1054.
MAMA Campaign Eblast 11-29-2010: Childbearing women will soon be one step closer to guaranteed access to CPM services Exciting news! The Midwives And Mothers In Action (MAMA) Campaign is very pleased to announce that a bill to amend the Social Security Act to mandate reimbursement for all CPM services for women insured by Medicaid will.
A Victory for Mothers and Babies! Midwives and mothers, babies and families, are victors today! With the passage of the Senate health care reform bill in the U.S. House of Representatives on Sunday, March 21, and the signature of the President in the coming days, several provisions that will significantly benefit mothers and babies will.
We’re just at an extremely uncertain juncture with health care reform. Some observers are quite pessimistic. Others are hopeful. The fact of the matter would appear to be that everyone was completely blindsided by the loss of a filibuster-proof majority of Senators who favor anything like the current version of the bill. It could be.
If Nancy Pelosi has anything to say about it, health care reform will become law.