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“Many people living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) lose the ability to speak, relying on eye-tracking technology to communicate. But access to this technology was in jeopardy if Congress didn’t pass the Steve Gleason Enduring Voices Act. To get their attention, we did something politicians do all the time—we robocalled them. We created a call center where ALS patients called politicians using the very technology they risked losing. We then drove the public to KeepMyVoice.com, where they could use eye-tracking technology to contact Congress. On February 9, 2018, the act was signed into law.”

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