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Advocacy Team Engaged with Florida Legislators on Eye Health Priorities

As part of Johnson & Johnson Vision’s broader efforts to engage lawmakers following a strong presence at the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) public workshop in March, Peter Menziuso, president, North America, Millicent Knight, OD, FAAO, vice president, Professional Affairs, and other members of the leadership team met with Senator Bill Nelson [D-FL] to discuss the importance of policies that promote optimal eye health alongside consumer choice and competition.

Rep. John Rutherford’s (R-FL) during a recent visit to the Jacksonville campus

In May, members of the team met with Congressman John Rutherford [R-FL 4th District] in Jacksonville, to discuss innovations in eye health, to stress the importance of the patient-eye care professional relationship, and advance patient health and safety.

Michael Mayers, OD, Congressman John Rutherford, and Brian Pall, OD [R-FL 4th District]
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