Become an Original Cosponsor of a Resolution Honoring School Psychologists

To honor the critical role that school psychologists play in education, I am introducing a Resolution designating the week beginning November 11th as National School Psychology Week.  Over 35,000 school psychologists practice in public and private
schools across the United States, working to provide a supportive learning environment to all students.   

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LAST CALL: Join the Congressional Progressive Caucus and House Freedom Caucus to Support Surveillance Reform Legislation

            As leadership of the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) and the House Freedom Caucus, we invite you to join us in urging the House to take up meaningful surveillance reform legislation as part of the debate over whether to reauthorize Section
215 and other provisions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act set to expire this year.

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Improve Our Strategy to Combat the Opioid Crisis

We invite you to cosponsor H.R. 3820, the Effective Drug Control Strategy Act, which would improve the federal government’s response to the addiction crisis. This bill would direct the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) to track and review all
federally-funded drug demand reduction activities.

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Support women and minority service members by cosponsoring the Improving Benefits for Underserved Veterans Act

Sending Office: Honorable Antonio Delgado Sent By: Matthew.Gerson@mail.house.gov Sponsor: Rep. Antonio Delgado Cosponsors: Reps. Elaine Luria, Sheila Jackson Lee, André Carson, Ro Khanna, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Steve Cohen, Ann Kuster Gil Cisneros, Filemon Vela, Kendra Horn, Jesús “Chuy” García, Donald M. Payne, Jr., Chris Pappas, Jared Golden, Sean Casten, Elissa Slotkin, Abigail Spanberger, Deb Haaland, Debbie Dingell & Tulsi Gabbard 

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LAST CALL FOR ORIGINALS: Promote Diabetes Prevention Through a Postal Stamp

More than 100 million adults suffer from diabetes or prediabetes across the country.  For the millions of Americans at risk of developing diabetes, access to healthier food and regular exercise can reduce the incidence of diabetes in high-risk individuals
by as much as 58 percent.  These preventive measures can decrease the risk of not only type 2 diabetes, but also the chances of heart and kidney disease.

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Support Increased Transparency & Efficiency in Student Loans

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.  

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