Cosponsor the Transparency in Prescription Drug Advertising Act!

The Transparency in Prescription Drug and Advertising Act requires pharmaceutical companies to include the list prices of drugs in any advertisements. The bill mandates that the HHS Secretary issue guidance requiring drug prices to be included in any advertisements,
whether on TV, in newspapers, on the Internet, or any other medium.

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Reinvigorate Veterans’ PTSD Treatment

As Co-Chairs of the Military Mental Health Taskforce, we write urging you to support and cosponsor the Veterans Posttraumatic Growth Act.  The bill will require the VA to pilot non-profit posttraumatic growth programs to provide an evidence-based approach
to holistic mental health care.

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Supporting the Goals and Ideals of National Women’s History Month

March is National Women’s History Month. Please join in honoring the increased awareness and knowledge of women’s involvement in history by cosponsoring the bipartisan National Women’s History Month resolution. This year’s theme honors women from the original
suffrage movement as well as 20th and 21st century women who have continued the struggle to ensure voting rights for all.

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Honor WWII’s Merrill’s Marauders by Cosponsoring H.R. 906

The 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), commonly known as “Merrill’s Marauders,” was a brave, all-volunteer unit that fought valiantly in the jungles of Burma during WWII and overcame great odds to successfully complete their mission. Please join us in
honoring these brave men by becoming a cosponsor of the ‘‘Merrill’s Marauders Congressional Gold Medal Act.’’

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Join the bipartisan Construction Procurement Caucus

We invite you to join the newly-formed, bipartisan Construction Procurement Caucus (CPC). The CPC serves as a forum for Members to discuss ways to improve efficiency in the federal government procurement process with the goal of promoting commonsense design
and construction services and procurement reforms to benefit the government, taxpayers, and businesses of all sizes.

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SAVE BLACK AND HISPANIC LGBTQ KIDS FROM ABUSE & NEGLECT

Research shows that Black and Hispanic LGBTQ youth entering the juvenile justice system have higher rates of child abuse, neglect, family conflict, and homelessness as other youth. Since they still depend on their families to meet their material needs, abuse
and neglect can leave Black and Hispanic LGBTQ youth emotionally and physically vulnerable, particularly if they find themselves contemplating living on the streets with nowhere to turn for support.

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