JOIN THE CONGRESSIONAL HOCKEY CAUCUS

We would like to invite you to join the Congressional Hockey Caucus. We recognize the profound effect that youth team sports have on the development of children in our community. As many communities struggle to deal with issues related to the decline in
youth activity and sports participation — along with the larger issues of poverty, drug abuse, obesity, funding and resources for schools and violence the Caucus recognizes that developmental youth hockey programs offer a positive outlet for youths to be
active, learn valuable life skills and develop character and leadership skills. The leadership skills and responsibility learned through activities like youth hockey leagues has been shown to reduce dropout rates in high school and increased college attendance
rates.

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Become a Mentor for “Take Our Daughters to Congress Day”

By now you should have received a letter from Girls Inc. and the Women’s Congressional Policy Institute (WCPI) inviting your office to take part in the
Take Our Daughters to Congress Day. This annual event recognizes the importance of role models in shaping the lives of young girls by helping girls think of themselves as leaders.
This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.

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Bipartisan EMPOWER Act to Combat Workplace Harassment

Please join us in cosponsoring the bipartisan Ending the Monopoly of Power Over Workplace harassment through Education and Reporting (EMPOWER) Act, a comprehensive package to lift the veil of secrecy surrounding harassment, and bolster transparency
and accountability. Companion legislation was introduced by Senators Kamala Harris and Lisa Murkowski. 

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JOIN THE CONGRESSIONAL HOCKEY CAUCUS

We would like to invite you to join the Congressional Hockey Caucus. We recognize the profound effect that youth team sports have on the development of children in our community. As many communities struggle to deal with issues
related to the decline in youth activity and sports participation — along with the larger issues of poverty, drug abuse, obesity, funding and resources for schools and violence the Caucus recognizes that developmental youth hockey programs offer a positive
outlet for youths to be active, learn valuable life skills and develop character and leadership skills. The leadership skills and responsibility learned through activities like youth hockey leagues has been shown to reduce dropout rates in high school and
increased college attendance rates.

Read More