Poverty Simulation: Navigating Poverty in the U.S

Even as the economy improves, far too many Americans continue to face economic uncertainty, living paycheck-to-paycheck, and have yet to recover from the Great Recession. According
to the Census Bureau, more than 40 million Americans currently live in poverty.

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Support charities, cosponsor the Universal Charitable Giving Act (H.R. 3988)

Sending Office: Walker, Mark Sent By: Rusty.Mau@mail.house.gov         Request for Cosponsor(s) Cosponsors (19):  Byrne, Capuano, Cartwright, Comstock, Fitzpatrick, Gaetz, Grothman, Huizenga, Lamborn,  McKinley, Mooney, Norton, Pingree, Posey, Rogers (AL), Ruppersberger, Thompson, Tipton, Williams Dear Colleague: Join me in supporting charitable giving by cosponsoring the Universal Charitable Giving Act of 2017 (H.R. 3988).  This bill establishes a universal charitable deduction for […]

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Sign onto the letter to help domestic marine manufacturing industry concerning aluminum tariffs

Please cosign onto a letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission regarding aluminum tariffs negative impacts on the domestic marine manufacturing industry, which relies on this critical raw material. We urge the
DOC and ITC to be fair and measured in every respect to maintain the credibility of our trade enforcement regime among all American workers, including those who consume aluminum sheet in the production of marine and other downstream products.

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TODAY: Briefing on the Future of Transportation Funding

Disruptions in our transportation system are happening more quickly than Congress can consider policy solutions to adapt. We would like to invite you to a briefing highlighting the future of transportation funding and the innovative work happening across
the country to develop a more stable, equitable source of transportation funding and to better prepare us for these changes.

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