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Statehouse Day

Training for Statehouse Day will be held over dinner on the night before we go on

our visits with lawmakers.  The date for 2019 has not been set yet.

Hotel accommodations are available for those traveling more than 45 miles.

If you have any questions, call OBDC Coordinator, Randi Clites 330-730-1259.

What’s New?

OBDC has two advisor groups:

The Patient and Parent Advocacy Ambassadors are a small group of trained advocates that work on issues throughout the year that directly impact  bleeding disorder patients locally, statewide and federally.

The Stakeholders Committee is a group of decided professionals that work within the national bleeding disorders community.

Thank you to the bleeding disorder community for all the advocacy efforts!

Photos from Statehouse Day

Check out some more pictures from the annual Statehouse Day events.  You can hover over a thumbnail to preview it or click the thumbnail to see the full-sized version.

Photo credit to Ira Graham III Photography & Films.