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Advocacy Tools, Tips & Instructions

Step-by-step guides for actions you can take to advocate for science.

Members: Join our legislative action center to stay informed and advocate for science!

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ACS Board of Director Teri Quinn Gray (left) with Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE-At-large District)
Credit: Anthony Pitagno

Keep Science Funding Strong
Tell Congress that strong investment in science is vital to the innovation enterprise driving the American economy.

Support the Chemical Safety Board
Support the agency’s mission to save lives and property. Ask Congress to block a proposal to eliminate the CSB.              

Contact Your Lawmakers on Twitter
Find your elected officials' social media accounts using our action network, and send them a message!                                 

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Why Advocate for Chemistry?

Chemists solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, but we can’t do it alone. By volunteering to engage with policymakers, you can build support for funding and policies that help transform lives through the power of chemistry. More »