APC: Federal Advocacy

APC Advocacy

Federal Advocacy

Here’s what you need to know about APC’s federal legislative and regulatory priorities. Just click on the issue headline to find issue briefs and other information on that issue.

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For more information on APC priorities or other issues on which we may be working, email info@a4pc.org.

Invite your member of Congress to work

When your members of Congress are home in their district, it’s a perfect time for you to host them at your pharmacy. Pharmacy visits allow them to see what you do and how you do it, and you can brief them on the challenges compounders are facing. It’s as easy as calling your Congressperson’s district office and scheduling a date. And without a doubt it’s the very best way to educate elected officials on compounding policy priorities.

APC has made it easy for you to plan a pharmacy visit with your member of Congress. Take a look at our handy how-to guide, then contact scott@a4pc.org for assistance!

Meet your advocate

APC’s governmental affairs counsel is David Pore, Esq., a partner in the Washington D.C. office of Hance Scarborough LLP, with more than 20 years of public policy experience, and a track record as a successful, bipartisan attorney and lobbyist.

Before rejoining Hance Scarborough in March of 2017, David was counsel at the DC offices of Arnold & Porter LLP. David has worked as an in-house attorney and lobbyist for a trade association (2002-2004), served as legislative director for a U.S. Congressman from Texas (1999-2002) and as a legislative aide to a member of the Texas Legislature (1998-1999). He is a graduate of the Texas Tech University School of Law.