January 28, 2003 - NPCA listserv: NPCA urges support of Peace Corps FY 2003 Appropriation

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NPCA urges support of Peace Corps FY 2003 Appropriation

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Today and tomorrow Congress is taking final action on the delayed Peace Corps Appropriation for FY 2003 (started October 1, 2002). Please IMMEDIATELY contact your Senators and Representative with the following message:

"Please support adoption of the full Peace Corps Appropriation of $320 million for FY 2003 at all remaining stages of the process, including the conference committee on appropriations. As a Reurned Peace Corps Volunteer, I join with the Administration, the Peace Corps and the National Peace Corps Association in this request to keep the five year doubling of the Peace Corps on track!"


Dane Smith, President
Pat Reilly, Board Chair
Ed Crane, Advocacy Coordinator
Dave Hibbard and Roger Landrum

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