Cosponsor the DAIRY PRIDE Act

We invite you to join us in cosponsoring the DAIRY PRIDE Act, legislation that would prevent non-dairy products made from nuts, seeds, plants, and algae from using dairy terms such as milk, yogurt or cheese on their labels.

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Join the Congressional Rice Caucus

We invite you to join the Congressional Rice Caucus in the 116th Congress. The Rice Caucus is focused on providing a platform to discuss the role of government in addressing current and future challenges to the rice industry, including trade and
regulations.

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Join the Congressional Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery Caucus

Last year, Congress passed the most expansive legislation to date to address the opioid crisis. The bill was an important step in stemming the tide of opioid addiction by improving prevention and public health efforts and enhancing treatment and recovery
programs. As co-chairs of the Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery Caucus, it is our goal to build on this momentum in the 116th Congress.

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Eliminate Expired Infant Formula!

As a mom, I know the fear and the pressure that comes with caring for a newborn; all a new parent wants is to make sure that their baby is healthy. Busy parents need to be able to rely on the safety of products, like formula, that they buy in grocery stores
in order to make sure that their newborns are well-fed and healthy. Grocery stores that stock expired formula – even by just a few days – pose real health risks to infants.

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Cosponsor the DAIRY PRIDE Act

We invite you to join us cosponsoring the DAIRY PRIDE Act, legislation that would prevent non-dairy products made from nuts, seeds, plants, and algae from using dairy terms such as milk, yogurt or cheese on their labels.

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National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month: Join or Renew Membership in the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus

We cordially invite you to join the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus for the 116th Congress.  The United States and international community have made great strides to eradicate human trafficking since the passage of the Trafficking Victims
Protection Act of 2000.  However, continued, educated efforts are needed to overcome human trafficking at home and abroad.  The most recent report of the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that more than 25 million adults and children are enslaved
at any given time.  Of these victims, the ILO estimates that 58% of forced labor victims and 99% of sex trafficking victims are women and girls.  One in four victims of modern slavery are children.

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