Sending Office: Honorable Antonio Delgado Sent By: Matthew.Gerson@mail.house.gov Pandemic Response and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act The PREP Act would expand the menu of benefits available under the President’s COVID-19 Emergency Declaration Sponsors: Reps. Antonio Delgado, Jaime Herrera Beutler & Chairwoman Dina Titus (Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management) Cosponsors: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
I ask that you support the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in the FY’21 Interior Appropriations bill.
We invite you to join us as an original cosponsor of the Emergency Money to the People Act to get emergency money to Americans hit hardest by COVID-19’s economic impacts.
Join the Co-Chairs of the Whistleblower Protection Caucus in supporting federal government whistleblowers by signing our Fiscal Year 2021 programmatic letter requesting $31.5 million for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.
Please join us in urging Homeland Security Appropriators to reject a blanket policy of separating families at the border and instead restore funding for community-based alternatives to detention, including the Family Case Management Program (FCMP), and require
that the program be operated by not-for-profit entities in providing services to immigrants.
In 2019, ransomware attacks crippled State and local agencies in Louisiana, the City of Baltimore, MD, 22 towns in Texas, a school district in Syracuse, and many other communities scattered across the country. Cities from Albany to Atlanta have been impacted
– to the tune of nearly $20 million, in some cases.
In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, higher education institutions across the country are bringing students back from study abroad programs, canceling educational programming, and moving to online classes. Most recently, some schools have required
their students to move out of their on-campus housing for the duration of their spring classes and relocate to other homes.
We would like to encourage you to join our efforts in expanding awareness and support for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community by joining the Congressional Deaf Caucus. According to the NIH, an estimated 15% of American adults aged 18 and over report some
trouble with hearing. Those who experience auditory issues face communicative challenges throughout their lifetime.
FAMILIES NEED HELP NOW – INCLUDE AN EXPANDED, FULLY REFUNDABLE CHILD TAX CREDIT & LOOKBACK FOR CTC and EITC
As talks are underway for the third coronavirus emergency package, I invite you to join a letter to Speaker Pelosi and Leader McCarthy urging them to include an expanded, fully refundable Child Tax Credit and Lookback Provision for the Earned Income Tax
Credit and Child Tax Credit.