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Letter on PPE and ventilators: Demand President Trump share a national assessment and strategy to fill medical supply shortage

March 25, 2020

Please join me in asking the Administration to conduct and share publicly a national assessment and strategy that clarifies our critical medical supply needs, like personnel protective equipment (PPE) and ventilators, and guides their production and allocation
in this pandemic crisis.

Help Defend State and Local Networks from Cyberattacks

March 25, 2020

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.

CLOSING TODAY: Join us in a Letter to Ambassador Birx to Address Needs of LGBTQ Community

March 25, 2020

As we face this public health crisis, we must make sure we do not leave any communities behind. The LGBTQ community faces unique hurdles during this pandemic. LGBTQ continue to deal with discrimination in the healthcare system and face health challenges
that make them more vulnerable to COVID-19, such as disproportionate rates of smoking and higher rates of HIV/AIDS than non-LGBTQ individuals.

Letter on PPE and ventilators: Demand the President share a national assessment and strategy to fill medical supply shortage

March 25, 2020

Please join me in asking the Administration to conduct and share publicly a national assessment and strategy that clarifies our critical medical supply needs, like personnel protective equipment (PPE) and ventilators, and guides their production and allocation
in this pandemic crisis.

Deadline Extended: COSIGN Letter urging ICE to consider humanitarian release for vulnerable populations

March 25, 2020

Please consider joining Rep. Crow in a letter calling on ICE leadership to evaluate vulnerable detainees for humanitarian release.

CLOSING TODAY – Sign Letter to Interior to Protect the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

March 25, 2020

Earlier this year, the Department of Interior issued a proposed rule based upon their Solicitor’s Opinion, removing prohibitions on the incidental take of migratory birds under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). This rule will undermine the ability of
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to address incidental take of birds from industrial hazards. This interpretation runs counter to the intent of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and could have wide-ranging consequences for the protection of migratory birds.
It would also diminish our commitments under numerous bilateral treaties for the protection of these bird species.  

Cosponsor H.R. 1295 – Expanding Penalty Free Withdrawal Act of 2019

March 25, 2020

I invite you to cosponsor
H.R. 1295 – Expanding Penalty Free Withdrawal Act of 2019, which would prevent those who are long-term unemployed from having to pay excessive fees for tapping into their retirement accounts.

Support Increased Transparency & Efficiency in Student Loans

March 25, 2020

The burden of student loans has unquestionably taken a toll on millions of American families. As outstanding student loan debt in the U.S. continues to climb—in June of 2019, borrowers owed around $1.6 trillion—various proposals have been
introduced to offer free college, refinance student loans, or cancel student debt altogether. Protecting programs like PSLF and Federal Work-Study, along with increasing Pell Grant funding, would certainly reduce the amount of debt students accumulate,
but these actions alone will not fix the larger problem. Addressing the root of the student loan crisis must center on sharp transparency with borrowers and a loan disclosure that is simple, accessible, and easy to understand.