Tuesday, November 24 2009 4:23 PM EST2009-11-24 21:23:03 GMT
The Browns say their daughter and questions about childhood cancer motivated their trip to Washington.More >>
The Caroline Pryce Walker Conquer Childhood Cancer Act of 2008 is an earmark specifically designed to increase pediatric cancer research and create a national registry for kids with cancer. It was never funded in 2009, which is one of the main reasons Clyde residents Warren and Wendy Brown went to Washington.
Watch the attached video to see Jonathan Walsh's full report on what the Browns found out about how many of your tax dollars are -- or are not -- being allocated to childhood cancer research.
Also, click the attached link for Jonathan's story about the Browns' trip to Washington.