Co-Sponsor Representative Posey’s Public Service Integrity Act

Sending Office: Posey, Bill Sent By: Johnathan.Sargent@mail.house.gov         Request for Cosponsor(s) Dear Colleague,   One thing is clear from the recent election: Americans are fed up with business as usual in Washington. Last year, we watched as President Trump animated his supporters and won the Presidency in part with his promise to […]

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Support a Bill to Eliminate Unequal Pay for Women in Gender-Based Jobs

Please join me in cosponsoring H.R. 2095, the Fair Pay Act of 2017.  The 1963 Equal Pay Act (EPA), the first of the great civil rights statutes of the 1960s, was successful for close to 20 years, but it is too creaky with age to be useful today.  It is long
time to amend the EPA to reflect the new workforce, in which women work as much as men. 

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Become an Original Co-sponsor of a Resolution Supporting Pediatric AIDS

Please join us as an original cosponsor of our bipartisan, bicameral resolution recognizing the importance of a continued American commitment to ending pediatric AIDS worldwide. This resolution seeks to raise awareness of the progress we have made and how
far we have yet to go to bring an end to pediatric HIV/AIDS.                                 

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SIGN-ON: Emergency Aid for Public Education in Puerto Rico/US Virgin Islands

Congressman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott, Ranking Member of the Education and Workforce Committee, is leading a letter (text pasted below) to the Administration concerning supplemental appropriations to restart public schools in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin
Islands. Recent reports indicate that the majority of schools in Puerto Rico remain without electricity, less than half have running water, and less than 200 (out of nearly 1200) are open. Combined, public education in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands
supports nearly 400,000 students and 40,000 school staff. While migration to the US mainland is expected, Congress and the Administration must do all it can to support students and school faculty to live and learn in affected areas.

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