Breakfast Briefing: Boating Industry Jobs, Businesses, and the Economy

As co-chairs of the Congressional Boating Caucus, we would like to remind you of the following briefing to learn about the economic impact of the boating industry across the United States. Please see the invitation below.
 
I invite you to join NMMA, members of Congress, and marine company representatives for a breakfast briefing, where we will discuss brand new information about the recreational boating industry’s economic impact at the national, state, and local levels. The
event – titled “Boating Industry Briefing: Jobs, Businesses, and the Economy” – will be held on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 in the Capitol Visitor Center, room 268.
 
The event will feature remarks from members of the Congressional Boating Caucus, marine manufacturers, and NMMA representatives (list below).

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Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Eric.Henshall@mail.house.gov         Request for Cosponsor(s) Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns 116th Cosponsors (74): Reps. Pascrell, McCollum, Cooper, Dingell, Khanna, DeGette, Watson Coleman, Yarmuth, Moore, McEachin, Espaillat, McGovern, Frederica Wilson, Beatty, Wasserman Schultz, Sarbanes, Cohen, Jayapal, […]

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Support CCBHCs and Co-Sponsor the Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Expansion Act

In 2014, Congress passed the Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Act,
which established a federal definition and criteria for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs). These new entities provide a comprehensive range of mental health and substance use disorder services to vulnerable individuals. In return,
CCBHCs receive an enhanced Medicaid reimbursement rate to meet the needs of these complex populations. CCHBCs provide nine types of services, with an emphasis on the provision of 24-hour crisis care, utilization of evidence-based practices, care coordination,
and integration with physical health care.

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TODAY, 12pm: Native American Women & Maternal Health lunch briefing

You should already have received an invitation from The Center for Reproductive Rights and the US Human Rights Network to a briefing on
Native American Women and Maternal Health. The United States has the highest maternal mortality ratio of all the world’s wealthy countries, an issue that has garnered significant attention from members of Congress. Native women are disproportionately
impacted by the human rights crisis in U.S. maternal health, yet the needs of Native women have not been adequately addressed.

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