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Support Mental Health Needs During COVID-19 Crisis

April 30, 2020

Please join me in sending a letter to House and Senate leadership requesting that Congress prioritize the mental health needs of young adults in upcoming legislation to respond to COVID-19.
The deadline to sign onto this letter is COB Friday, May 1.

CLOSING COB TODAY – Sign on Request: EIDL for small farms

April 30, 2020

Sending Office: Honorable Antonio Delgado Sent By: Matthew.Gerson@mail.house.gov Deadline: COB TODAY, Thursday, April 30 Current Signers (25): Antonio Delgado, Josh Harder, Anthony Brindisi, Marcy Kaptur, Elise Stefanik, Angie Craig, Andy Kim, Tom Reed,  Juan Vargas, Denver Riggleman, Stacey E. Plaskett, Ann Mclane Kuster, Peter A. DeFazio, Brian Fitzpatrick, John Garamendi, Tim Ryan, Chellie Pingree, John B. Larson, […]

CLOSING TODAY: Support our Nation’s Counties! Urge Leadership to Provide Aid to County Governments in the Next Coronavirus Package

April 30, 2020

Please join us in calling on the Congressional Leadership to include funding for our nation’s counties in the next coronavirus relief package. Across America, Counties operate nearly 1,000 public hospitals, 1,900 local public health departments, more than
800 long-term care facilities, and 750 behavioral health departments, and are responsible for other essential functions including emergency operations centers, human services, jail management, 911 services, veterans’ services, coroners, and medical examiners.
Through these services, our counties act as our nation’s front-line of defense in the response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Support Bipartisan Mental Health Initiative During COVID-19 Crisis

April 30, 2020

Please join me in sending a bipartisan letter to House and Senate leadership requesting that Congress prioritize the mental health needs of young adults in upcoming legislation to respond to COVID-19.

COB TOMORROW: Co-sign International Delegation Letter Requesting Global Debt Relief for the Most Vulnerable Countries

April 30, 2020

Please join us, and a group of lawmakers from across the globe, to request full global debt forgiveness during COVID-19 for the world’s poorest countries by international financial institutions.

SUPPORT INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY LOST THEIR JOBS

April 30, 2020

Please join me in sending a letter to congressional leadership underscoring the importance of subsidizing COBRA. 

Cosponsor a Bipartisan Bill to Support Telehealth and Hospital Connectivity

April 30, 2020

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Cosponsors (22):  Young*, Lowenthal, Grijalva, Tlaib, Axne, Khanna, Cox, Trone, Peters, Mike Levin, Jackson Lee, DeFazio, Beatty, Huffman, Luria, Neguse, DeGette, Hayes, Rouda, Cole, Butterfield, Costa Endorsers of H.R. 6474: Over 50 healthcare organizations, including American Health Care Association, Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, Healthcare Leadership Council, College of Healthcare […]

Cosponsor a Bicameral Bill to Combat Child Pornography

April 30, 2020

Sending Office: Eshoo, Anna G. Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Endorsements: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Child Welfare League of America, and the National Children’s Alliance Senate companion led by Sen. Ron Wyden with original cosponsors Sens. Gillibrand and Casey Deadline for originals: Monday 10:00am

Sign Bipartisan Letter: Support Mental Health Resources for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

April 30, 2020

Reports from the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak describe overflowing ICUs, severe shortages of equipment, and thousands of deaths, including of some healthcare workers. Healthcare workers are making enormous sacrifices every day to defeat this virus
and we must never forget their efforts. The horrific realities on the front lines also mean that we must ensure they have access to the mental health resources they need to endure the taxing months ahead and to recover in the outbreak’s aftermath.

Honor the Commitment made by Public Servants during Public Service Recognition Week

April 30, 2020

Next week, from May 3 to May 9, 2020, I invite you to join me in honor of Public Service Recognition Week to honor the countless contributions of public servants from every level of government, including federal, state, local, and tribal government as well
as servicemembers in uniform across the globe.