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Why We Need the White House to #GoGreen4CP

In the United States, March is recognized as National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, and the official observed day for CP awareness is March 25.

This observance was created in 2006 by the Reaching for the Stars (RFTS) advocacy group. RFTS is run by parent volunteers who realized that, despite official awareness days for other disabilities, there was not a day that celebrated cerebral palsy. Green was chosen as the official awareness color, with the mindset that people would already have attire ready as the day followed St. Patrick’s Day. Even a few states, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire, hopped aboard and officially proclaimed March 25 as Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day in their jurisdiction.

The problem is that, despite efforts of

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