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CLOSING AT NOON: Stop Delay in Hospital Funding

April 7, 2020

American hospitals are facing a daunting challenge. In order to respond to the growing pandemic, they have spent millions of dollars on expanding capacity, investing in new equipment, stocked up on personal protective equipment, and increased staffing—all
without income from cancelled non-essential procedures.  

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Become an Original Cosponsor of Representatives Harder and Fitzpatrick’s bipartisan student loan deferment bill.

April 7, 2020

Representatives Harder and Fitzpatrick invite you to become an original cosponsor of their bipartisan House companion to Senator Romney’s S. 3556, the COVID-19 Graduate Relief Act.

CLOSING TOMORROW (4/8): Support Full and Fair COVID-19 Relief Funding for the District of Columbia

April 7, 2020

Please join me in urging leadership to provide full and fair COVID-19 relief funding for the District of Columbia. With the coronavirus ravaging communities nationwide, the recently passed CARES Act provides a minimum of $1.25 billion in direct aid to all
states to help manage the health and economic consequences of the virus. But in an unfair and unexplained break from usual practice, the District of Columbia was denied this aid and instead treated like a U.S. territory, denying it about $750 million dollars
in relief. The 700,000 residents of the District of Columbia pay more federal taxes than 22 states and in this time of crisis are entitled to the same federal support as their fellow citizens in the 50 states. This injustice must be corrected as soon as possible.

Support Higher Education and Students: Sign Letter to Sec. DeVos Requesting Clarity on CARES Act Higher Ed Funding

April 7, 2020

Please join us in sending the below letter to Sec. DeVos requesting clarity on and timely disbursement of higher education funding in the CARES Act.

LAST CALL: Stop Delay in Hospital Funding

April 7, 2020

American hospitals are facing a daunting challenge. In order to respond to the growing pandemic, they have spent millions of dollars on expanding capacity, investing in new equipment, stocked up on personal protective equipment, and increased staffing—all
without income from cancelled non-essential procedures.  

Closing Tomorrow: Support Higher Education and Students: Sign Letter to Sec. DeVos Requesting Clarity on CARES Act Higher Ed Funding

April 7, 2020

Please join us in sending the below letter to Sec. DeVos requesting clarity on and timely disbursement of higher education funding in the CARES Act.

Stop Trump’s Oil Payoff (STOP) Act

April 7, 2020

I invite you to cosponsor the Stop Trump’s Oil Payoff (STOP) Act, which would prohibit the Trump Administration from slashing royalty rates for fossil fuel corporations and giving away billions of dollars to well established and highly profitable
polluters. 

Closing Noon Tomorrow: Support Higher Education and Students: Sign Letter to Sec. DeVos Requesting Clarity on CARES Act Higher Ed Funding

April 7, 2020

Please join us in sending the below letter to Sec. DeVos requesting clarity on and timely disbursement of higher education funding in the CARES Act.

CLOSING TOMORROW: Stop Delay in Hospital Funding

April 6, 2020

American hospitals are facing a daunting challenge. In order to respond to the growing pandemic, they have spent millions of dollars on expanding capacity, investing in new equipment, stocked up on personal protective equipment, and increased staffing—all
without income from cancelled non-essential procedures.