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Senate 1692 Moves to Senate Floor

Senate Energy and Natural Resource Committee Moves Senate 1692; “National Emergency Medical Services Commemorative Work Act” Forward To Senate Floor.

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee favorably reported Senate 1692: National Emergency Medical Services Commemorative Work Act by unanimous voice vote without amendment, with bipartisan support, on March 8, 2018

Senate 1692 would authorize the National Emergency Medical Services Memorial Foundation to establish a commemorative work on federal land in the District of Columbia and its environs to pay tribute to the commitment and service represented by emergency medical services.

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski encourages her colleagues to work together to ensure passage of Senate 1692

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski encourages her colleagues to work together to ensure passage of Senate 1692 and other important measures. “We are not just doing this for the exercise we are doing this because we want to enact the law. My ask to all of you is help us…let’s do some work here.” U.S. Senate

“The favorable vote from the senate Energy is a huge step forward for the EMS Memorial project. The bill now moves to the Senate floor for consideration. The Foundation would like to thank Senator Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Senator Cantwell (D-Washington) for their bipartisan leadership and the entire committee for their support”, said Foundation Executive Director Katie Orsino. “Senator Murkowski’s opening remarks not only encourage the members of this committee but also the entire EMS community. Now is the time for everyone in EMS to contact their respective Senators and simply ask for their support of Senate 1692. Let’s do some work here.”

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Click here to download a PDF of the bill.

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Click here to download a PDF of a statement from The National Park Service.

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Click here to watch the Subcommittee on National Parks Legislative Hearing.

Please note: The EMS Memorial testimony starts at 31:30 in the video

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