All Dear Colleagues
Representatives Harder and Fitzpatrick invite you to become an original cosponsor of their bipartisan House companion to Senator Romney’s S. 3556, the COVID-19 Graduate Relief Act.
Please join us in calling on House Leadership to include the following funding priorities in the in the fourth coronavirus package. We must ensure that the programs our communities rely on to provide homeless services and prevent homelessness are sufficiently
funded as they respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Please join us in requesting House and Senate leadership include language creating a supply chain director or “czar” in the next stimulus package to better respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We as members of Congress have been elected by the public to serve our constituents with respect, honor, and integrity.
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Deadline Extended: Support Higher Education and Students: Sign Letter to Sec. DeVos Requesting Clarity on CARES Act Higher Ed Funding
Please join us in sending the below letter to Sec. DeVos requesting clarity on and timely disbursement of higher education funding in the CARES Act.
I am incredibly grateful and proud of the work that we have accomplished to help Americans across the country weather the coronavirus pandemic. In extraordinary times, Congress has accomplished the ambitious task of creating a comprehensive plan to safeguard
our nation’s health, social, and economic interests.
Please join me in urging Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, Attorney General William Barr, and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper to stop ongoing wall construction at the southern border as our nation responds to COVID-19.
In spite of the unprecedented challenges facing American’s related to the coronavirus, the Department of Interior continues to push through rulemaking and public comment periods. Secretary Bernhardt seems,
determined to use the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to push its aggressive deregulatory agenda while the public’s attention is forced to be elsewhere.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases have exceeded 1.4-Million across the world and 380,000 in the United States. Unfortunately, the virus is continuing to spread rapidly through our communities and is projected to soon overwhelm our health care system.
Health care providers are being forced to reuse the personal protective equipment (PPE) intended to prevent the spread of disease, ventilator supplies are a fraction of what experts are pleading for, and testing components are in such short supply that only
critically ill individuals can receive the COVID-19 test. The American people and our heroic frontline health care providers are desperate for the resources they need to prevent, identify, and treat COVID-19 cases in order to minimize loss of life.
To date, the novel coronavirus has infected over 350,000 people in the United States, with over 12,000 casualties.
With the growing spread of COVID-19, it has become increasingly difficult for disabled Americans to receive the services they need, including education, medical care, and daily activities. Additionally, people with underlying health conditions or disabilities
are at higher risk of serious complications from COVID-19.