Urge Trump to Pursue Bipartisan Principles in Nuclear Posture Review (v. 5)

U.S. presidents and Congress have long worked together in a bipartisan fashion to prevent the use and spread of nuclear weapons and materials. In fact, Republican presidents have cut the arsenal far more aggressively than have their Democratic counterparts.
Please join us in urging the Trump administration to build on this tradition, as it writes its new Nuclear Posture Review (NPR), and to pursue the following core, bipartisan principles:

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Join the Yellow Pages Caucus

To help reduce the size and scope of government by getting it out of activities that private, for-profit entities, operating in a competitive free market, are better suited to perform,
we invite you to join the Yellow Pages Caucus.

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Ensure Access to Complex Wheelchair Products for People with Severe Medical Needs (v. 4)

            Individuals with significant medical conditions like cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries face unique physical and functional challenges and require more than just a standard wheelchair to be able to
live their lives freely. Many of these individuals instead rely on complex rehabilitation technology products, such as specialized power wheelchairs, highly configurable manual wheelchairs and adaptive seating and positioning systems, to move and function
on a daily basis and to meet their medical needs.

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Support Pediatric Research

I write today to invite you to become a cosponsor of H.R. 2008, the Kids First Research Act 2.0, which would redirect approximately $320 million of federal funds to the Pediatric Research Initiative Fund at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with the
intent to be used for childhood cancer research and other pediatric diseases: 

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Urge Trump to Pursue Bipartisan Principles in Nuclear Posture Review (v. 4)

U.S. presidents and Congress have long worked together in a bipartisan fashion to prevent the use and spread of nuclear weapons and materials. In fact, Republican presidents have cut the arsenal far more aggressively than have their Democratic counterparts.
Please join us in urging the Trump administration to build on this tradition, as it writes its new Nuclear Posture Review (NPR), and to pursue the following core, bipartisan principles:

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