Congress Should Quickly Approve Funding For U.S., African Ebola Efforts

The Hill: Ebola epidemic should be considered from a national security perspective
Ron Dellums, former U.S. representative from California

“…Understanding the high cost of combating the Ebola virus in Africa and here at home, congressional appropriators included vital funding for those efforts. I urge the U.S. Congress to swiftly pass the FY15 appropriations package so that these funds can get to the front lines to fight this global health crisis. We cannot play politics with human lives…” (12/11).

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