Cosponsor H.R. 3973, the Clean School Bus Act

Every day, more than 25 million children and thousands of school bus drivers breathe polluted air on their commute to school, which has a negative impact of student health and attendance, particularly for students with asthma and other respiratory conditions.

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Support National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week Resolution

According to a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 36 million American adults lack the basic literacy and numeracy skills necessary to succeed at home, in the workplace, and in society. These same individuals experience
higher unemployment rates and lower wages, making it harder for them to support their families.
Adult education helps Americans gain the skills they need to become employed, advance in their jobs, engage in postsecondary and training programs, and achieve economic self-sufficiency.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Sign the Letter to Help Bring Austin Tice Home!

This August marked the seventh year of Austin Tice’s captivity in Syria. Austin, a veteran Marine Corps Captain who served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, was working as a freelance journalist the summer before his final year at Georgetown University
Law Center when he was detained at a checkpoint outside Damascus. Following his capture, a video was released online showing Austin held by a group of unidentified armed men. Since then, securing his release and safe return to the Tice family has been a bipartisan
priority for the United States government.

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Cosponsor the Muhammad Ali Legacy Act H.R. 635

Muhammad Ali was a champion for peace, a champion for justice, and a champion for equality. In the ring, there was no one better, but his contributions to humanity managed to eclipse his boxing prowess. At a time when fame so often comes with questionable
character, Muhammad Ali is an ever present reminder that the most famous person in the world can be a real life hero. He really was the greatest.

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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME Commemorative Coin

Sending Office: Honorable Joseph D. Morelle Sent By: Joanne.Stiles@mail.house.gov National Women’s Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act Endorsed by the National Women’s Hall of Fame Current Cosponsors (53): Moore, Reed, Meng, Clarke, Dingell, Higgins, Maloney (Carolyn), Matsui, McGovern, Nadler, Norton, Kaptur, Beyer, Tonko, Ocasio-Cortez, Brindisi, Grijalva, Rice (Kathleen), DeLauro, Espaillat, Schakowsky, Pallone, Jr., Khanna, Meeks, Rose (Max), Zeldin, Velázquez, King (Peter), Roybal-Allard, Engel, […]

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