Our Advocacy Campaign

ASCP understands the importance of having your voice heard on Capitol Hill and in the Administration. By focusing our advocacy efforts on policy priorities that matter to you, our advocacy continues to have a lasting impact. Our legislative priorities focus on increasing medication accessibility, making medications more affordable, and educating lawmakers on the critical medication management services that our pharmacists provide.

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Provider status was reintroduced in the 115th Congress as H.R. 592 and S.109. They would allow pharmacists to practice at the top of their state-issued license in medically underserved areas. Read more about Provider Status.

ASCP’s online action center is a tool to help you reach out to your elected officials on issues important to your practice, and the pharmacy industry. Enter your information below and the system will pull up your legislators and a template letter thanking supporting officials, or encouraging those who do not support to climb on the bandwagon.

Within the template letter, please include a paragraph on how the policy affects you, your practice, and the community. After you personalize the letter, the system will send it to the legislator’s office.

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ASCP-PAC (Members Only)

PAC donations are a mechanism for advancing ASCP's legislative and policy agenda by assisting certain political candidates in securing or maintaining elected offices.

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ASCP's Grassroots Network is a members-only communications platform designed to engage in ASCP's advocacy initiatives and seek opportunities to meet with Congressional members, their staff, and important stakeholders on critical issues. The grassroots network is open to all ASCP members. To join this group, please email

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