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In light of the dramatic rise of the fentanyl and heroin epidemic, we urge you to cosponsor the bipartisan Fentanyl Sanctions Act, which will apply pressure on the Chinese government to honor their commitment to make all fentanyl illegal and provide
the United States with more tools and resources to go after illicit traffickers in China, Mexico, and other countries.

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Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join us in sending a bipartisan letter to Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, MC, USN, Director, Defense Health Agency, and Thomas McCaffery, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense on the proposed elimination of over 17,000 military medical personnel
and the impact of this dramatic reduction on servicemembers and their families.

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Join the Bipartisan Land-Grant and Public Research Universities Caucus

Please join the Congressional Foster Youth Caucus and the Baby Caucus for a briefing on “Infant-Toddler Court Teams: Supporting Foster Families in the Time of Opioids”. We welcome Congressional staff, interns, and advocacy groups to engage with the following
speakers for a discussion of how innovations in infant-toddler court teams have addressed increased referrals to the foster care system on American families affected by the opioids epidemic.

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Cosponsor Resolution Commending Korean and Korean-American Veterans of the Vietnam War for their Service to the United States

Since the 1953 armistice agreement between North and South Korea, millions of families were divided based on an arbitrary border. From mothers and sons to cousins and grandparents, these families have endured decades of isolation and have been cut off from
communication and contact. It’s estimated that over 100,000 Korean-Americans are separated from their family members in North Korea. Sadly, many of these Americans are over the age of 80 and are dying before having the opportunity to reunite with their families.
 

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Sign Letter to Ensure Afghan Women are Included in Peace Negotiations

The dramatic improvement in the lives of Afghan women over the past 18 years has been one of the greatest returns on U.S. investment in Afghanistan. Yet during the February and May talks in Doha between American diplomats and the Taliban, Afghan women were
not represented. This is a serious oversight that threatens these hard-fought gains.

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