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May Lobbying: Multiple Sclerosis Society pushes for more awareness and home care

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Friday, 06/17/2016 4:31 pm EDT
Lobby Monitor photo by Shruti Shekar
May saw representatives from Multiple Sclerosis Society, Merit Canada and Canadian Cable Systems Alliance lobby heavily on the Hill.

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