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ABC Television Network Is New Home of MDA Show of Strength Telethon

MDA Team Momentum Fights Back Against Neuromuscular Disease at the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon

President Obama Signs Ensuring Access to Clinical Trials Act (S.139/HR 209) Into Law

MDA Statement: Fire Fighter and MDA Volunteer Dennis Rodeman Victim of Hit-and-Run

MDA Appoints Leaders From Across the Country to Board of Directors

MDA Awards $10 million in new Research Grants

CHICAGO, August, 27, 2015 — Prominent business and community leaders from across the country have been appointed to the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Board of Directors. As members of the board, these 20 men and women will volunteer assistance and counsel to support MDA’s mission to fund lifesaving research, provide comprehensive care through its services and programs, and foster independence within its community.

Major League Baseball Joins MDA and Fourteen Other ALS Organizations to Launch ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 2015

MDA and Jiffy Lube® Team Up to Support the Fight Against Muscle Disease with Fourth Annual MUSCLE UP!SM Campaign

Western Refining Raises $524,286 to Help Send Kids with Neuromuscular Disease to MDA Summer Camp

Stores across the Southwest exceed 2015 fundraising goal by nearly $100,000.

PHOENIX, July 7, 2015 — More than 260 Western Refining convenience stores throughout the Southwest, including Giant, Mustang, Sun Dial and Howdy’s, raised more than $524,286 during the Muscular Dystrophy Association's summer camp mobile program, surpassing their original 2015 fundraising goal by nearly $100,000, to help support children fighting muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases that limit muscle strength and mobility.

Supreme Court Upholds Nationwide Health Care Law Subsidies in ACA Ruling

Background: On June 25th, 2015 the United States Supreme Court ruled to uphold nationwide health care law subsidies. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), states were tasked with setting up their own exchanges where individuals could purchase healthcare. Some states created exchanges, while others opted to use exchanges run by the federal government. The question at issue in the Supreme Court case King v.