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I invite you to become an original cosponsor of the Transform Student Debt to Home Equity Act of 2019 –a bill that enables graduates to transform their student debt into an opportunity to purchase and own a home.
Sending Office: Honorable Andy Biggs Sent By: Jeffrey.Kuckuck@mail.house.gov Current Original Cosponsors: Ralph Abraham, Kelly Armstrong, Jody Arrington, Brian Babin, Jim Banks, Mike Bost, Kevin Brady, Mo Brooks, Ken Buck, Ted Budd, Tim Burchett, Steve Chabot, Ben Cline, Michael Cloud, Mike Conaway, Sean Duffy, Jeff Duncan, Ron Estes, Bill Flores, Matt Gaetz, Greg Gianforte, Bob Gibbs, Glenn […]
We invite you to sign onto our letter to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Mark Morgan concerning the mistreatment of transgender asylum-seekers.
Please join us in supporting bipartisan legislation that invests in our workforce by co-sponsoring H.R. 3497, the Jumpstart Our Businesses By Supporting Students (JOBS) Act.
Sending Office: Honorable Antonio Delgado Sent By: Matthew.Gerson@mail.house.gov Sponsors: Reps. Antonio Delgado & Mark Pocan Original Cosponsors: Reps. Sean Patrick Maloney, Susan Wild, Gil Cisneros, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Jared Huffman, Grace Meng, Pramila Jayapal, Deb Haaland, Steve Cohen, Brad Schneider, Yvette Clarke, Joe Morelle, Harley Rouda, Tim Ryan, Jose Serrano, Salud Carbajal, Ilhan Omar, Jesús “Chuy” García, André Carson, Albio Sires, Bennie Thompson, Dan Kildee, Paul Tonko, Tom Suozzi, John Larson, Alan Lowenthal, […]
We urge your support for H.R. 3534, the USPSTF Transparency and Accountability Act.
We urge you to cosponsor the Supporting Family Caregivers Act to help meet the unique needs of America’s caregivers.
We urge you to cosponsor the bipartisan Stop The Overuse of Petitions and Get Affordable Medicines to Enter Soon (STOP GAMES) Act, a commonsense bill to stop pharmaceutical companies from gaming the system to block generic competition.
In 1994, the California Assembly Office of Research conducted a study that found that women pay a “gender tax” of $1,351/year for the same services as men. I subsequently sponsored the “Repeal the Gender Tax Act” in the California Assembly, which passed
in 1996 and required that prices for services like dry cleaning and haircuts be determined by the amount of time needed to do the job, not by gender.