Coalition Urges Congress to Include 11.581 Billion for CDC in FY2025

March 26, 2024

Dear Chairs Aderholt and Baldwin and Ranking Members DeLauro and Capito:

"The undersigned 171 members of the CDC Coalition and other supporting state, national and academic organizations urge you to include $11.581 billion for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s programs in the FY 2025 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies appropriations bill. This amount matches our coalition’s request in FY 2024 and the amount President Biden included in his FY 2024 budget request to Congress. Strong funding for CDC is critical to supporting all of CDC’s activities and programs. However, due to years of underfunding, many of CDC’s most effective prevention programs are not reaching all states and communities. In addition, our organizations will strongly oppose any efforts to cut funding for the agency’s programs or attach damaging policy riders to the bill, both of which would threaten the health and wellbeing of communities in every state."

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