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Please join me in cosponsoring the Helping America Re-Develop High-Quality Accessible Training (HARD HAT) Act of 2018. This legislation will help ensure those contractors doing business with the federal government to revitalize our national infrastructure
are also training and reinvesting in our workforce through high quality apprenticeship programs.
I invite you to join me as a cosponsor of the Eleanor Smith Inclusive Home Design Act of 2018. This legislation would make more new homes accessible for people with disabilities, seniors, and veterans.
I am writing to request you co-sponsor the Expanding Access to the Workforce Through Dual Enrollment Act of 2018.
Recent research suggests that oral health is closely tied to overall physical health, and poor oral health could play a role in a wide range of health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
I am writing to request you co-sponsor the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act.
I invite you to become a cosponsor of the Combating Implicit Bias in Education Act (H.R. 6765), which would create a grant program for schools to train teachers, principals and other personnel on implicit bias, including with respect to actual or perceived
race, religion, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), disability, ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
Please join me in sending a letter to President Trump urging him to raise the issue of my constituent Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance with the highest levels of the Saudi and Turkish governments, and requesting that the President help establish an independent
investigation into his disappearance.
Sending Office: Committee on Homeland Security – Minority Staff Sent By: Jenna.Hopkins@mail.house.gov TOMORROW Hill Briefing: Diversifying National Security Experts in the House of Representatives: 10/10/2018 12:00:00 PM – 10/10/2018 1:30:00 PM Room 2060, Rayburn House Office Building
On October 2, 2018, Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist residing in the United States and a contributor to the Washington Post, entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to fill out documents relating to a pending marriage and has not been seen
since. There is no record of Mr. Khashoggi having left the consulate, and there have been conflicting reports circulating in the media about his safety and whereabouts at this time. Mr. Khashoggi relocated to the United States in July 2017 as a result of concerns
over his safety after criticizing the Saudi government and has remained a prominent commentator on Saudi and Middle East issues.