Autism Votes! It's Time For Lawmakers To Listen
|Project Independence News|
Without action by Congress, the landmark Combating Autism Act will expire , jeopardizing the federal government's response to autism as prevalence continues to rise.
Fortunately, a new bipartisan bill has been introduced in Congress to continue the law and guide how our nation responds to autism for another five years. Nearly 60 House members have already signed on!
Has your Member of Congress signed on to co-sponsor HR. 4631, the Combating Autism Reauthorization Act of 2014? If not, urge them to do so! If they have, send them a thank you!
Take action below and find out whether or not YOUR U.S. Representative is a CARA co-sponsor!
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Last Updated (Tuesday, 27 May 2014 10:09)
More Photos From Our 11th annual “Ride for Autism”
Last Updated (Monday, 07 April 2014 10:47)
Photos: Ride For Autism Ride 2014 Was A Huge Success!
A special thank’s to the “ Roy Cooper Games!”
Our 11th annual “Ride for Autism brought over 130 Biker’s to Galveston, Tx. from Lafayette, La. and surrounding areas the weekend of March 22-23, 2014! All of us at Project Independence would like to extend our gratitude to our sponsors and loyal supporters for making this event a huge success!
Our special guest’s: Miss Louisiana (Ms. Brittany Guidry) Ms. Lafayette (Ms.Kandy Andreport) featured with Daniel Royer.
Last Updated (Monday, 05 May 2014 17:07)
Youngliving Essential Oils
Youngliving Essential oils offer a homeopathic approach to calming the mind and spirit. Carol has been using these oils on her autistic son for year’s and feels confident to share this product with her followers. Please visit: https.//www.younglivingoils.org/carolmesa
Last Updated (Thursday, 20 March 2014 11:14)
Royal Caribbean is first 'autism-friendly' cruise line
For an autistic child, a cruise can be a minefield. Everything about the experience, from waiting to board to crowded spaces to loud noises, can be frightening. Royal Caribbean moved to address those issues today when it became the first line to be certified as "autism-friendly," USA TODAY learned in an exclusive story.