Thank you very much.
I'm really happy that you have picked up this initiative. I think many of us around this table have met with family members and so on over the last several years and really heightened our awareness of the issue. I'm thrilled that you have picked it up and are running with it. My applause goes to you for doing it. There are so many things that we are inundated with here in the House, and needless to say, we can't do everything. But I guess each and every one of us, in our own way, picks up an issue and runs with it. I think it's fabulous that you've done this. I applaud you for it.
What is being done elsewhere? I mean, finally this issue, through the work of many families, is getting to the forefront here. I'm thrilled that we're all going to support this and move it through as quickly as possible. What else is happening in the U.S. or in Europe concerning the recognition that this is a serious issue that needs to be dealt with? The only way we're going to deal with it is to start getting it recognized around the world, so that they're recognizing it for what it is.
So what is being done, whether in Europe or in the U.S., on this particular issue?