Blocking Funding for UNFPA Endangers Mothers Worldwide

I write to share an Op Ed I authored that appeared in today’s Roll Call entitled
The U.S. Action Endangering Mothers Worldwide laying out the dangers faced by women and girls around the world as a result of the Trump Administration’s
decision to cut off U.S. funding to the United Nations Population Fund, or UNFPA. UNFPA provides critical healthcare for women living in areas of conflict and disaster around the world, delivering maternal care to 9 million women last year. Eliminating U.S.
funding will have a devastating impact on the ability of UNFPA to continue doing its life-saving work.

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Support Katko Amendment #30 to Protect Water Infrastructure Funding

I urge you to vote in favor of Katko Amendment #30 to the Department of the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Act of 2018 (H.R. 3354).  My amendment increases the Clean Water State Revolving fund by $250 million, maintaining fiscal year 2017 levels
to preserve critical water infrastructure funding.  The amendment reduces the general administrative EPA account in order to fully fund the Clean Water SRF.

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Support the Endangered Species Act – Vote YES on Buchanan Amendment #51

Please join me in supporting my amendment to protect endangered species by restoring funding to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, allowing for additional animals to be listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Fish and Wildlife Service is the
principal federal agency responsible for conserving and protecting fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats.

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Support the Amash Amendment to CJS to restore limits on asset forfeiture

  Sending Office: Honorable Justin Amash Sent By: Carolyn.Iodice@mail.house.gov Dear Colleague: I urge you to support the Amash Amendment to CJS appropriations to restore modest, commonsense limits on the government’s asset forfeitures and allow states to govern their own police forces. Through civil asset forfeiture, the government takes property from people who have not been […]

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