LAST CALL: Cosponsor ACCESS Act – Reinstate Summer Pell Grants

  From: The Honorable Linda T. Sanchez Sent By: meghan.mcconnell@mail.house.gov Date: 1/30/2017 DEADLINE TOMORROW COB Current cosponsors (42): Roybal-Allard, Blumenauer, Sinema, Nadler, Takano, Larsen, Nolan, Soto, Polis, Cicilline, Pingree, Vela, Castor, Gonzalez, Chu, Garamendi, Torres, Swalwell, DeSaulnier, Grijalva, Aguilar, Johnson, Himes, Adams, Langevin, McNerney, Shea-Porter, Wilson, Peters, Beyer, Lipinski, Courtney, Lee, Lowenthal, Green, Kildee, Sean […]

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Cosponsor: ACCESS Act – Reinstate Summer Pell Grants (v. 3)

  From: The Honorable Linda T. Sanchez Sent By: meghan.mcconnell@mail.house.gov Date: 1/27/2017 REINSTATE SUMMER PELL GRANTS  Deadline: Tuesday COB Current cosponsors (37): Roybal-Allard, Blumenauer, Sinema, Nadler, Takano, Larsen, Nolan, Soto, Polis, Cicilline, Pingree, Vela, Castor, Gonzalez, Chu, Garamendi, Torres, Swalwell, DeSaulnier, Grijalva, Aguilar, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Himes, Adams, Langevin, McNerney, Shea-Porter, Wilson, Peters, Beyer, Lipinski, […]

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Become an Original Co-Sponsor of the Housing Financial Literacy Act of 2017

  From: The Honorable Joyce Beatty Sent By: scott.farnin@mail.house.gov Date: 1/27/2017 Help First-Time Homebuyers Increase Financial Literacy and Avoid Foreclosure Become an Original Co-Sponsor of the Housing Financial Literacy Act of 2017 Current Original Co-sponsors: Stivers Dear Colleague: For many Americans, homeownership is the foundation for achieving the American Dream. It has proven to be […]

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Support National Health and Wellness Coach Recognition Week

  From: The Honorable Donald M. Payne, Jr. Sent By: alexis.anderson@mail.house.gov Date: 1/27/2017 Support National Health and Wellness Coach Recognition Week January 27, 2016   Dear Colleague, As Co-Chairs of the Congressional Men’s Health Caucus, we invite you to join us in recognizing a vibrant and new profession of Health and Wellness Coaches who are […]

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Cosponsor Rep. Speier Equal Rights Amendment Bill – Its 2017 and Women Still Aren’t Protected by the US Constitution? (v. 2)

  From: The Honorable Jackie Speier Sent By: nina.serrianne@mail.house.gov Date: 1/26/2017 Dear Colleague: It’s 2017 and women still aren’t equal under the U.S. Constitution? The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia didn’t think they are: “Certainly the Constitution does not require discrimination on the basis of sex. The only issue is whether it prohibits it. […]

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Support Haitian Educational Empowerment (v. 2)

  From: The Honorable Alcee L. Hastings Sent By: tom.carnes@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 162 Date: 1/25/2017 Cosponsors: Engel, Lowey, Clarke, Grijalva, DeSaulnier Dear Colleague: I write to you today to ask for your support for H.R. 162, the Haitian Educational Empowerment Act of 2017. As Haiti continues the work of rebuilding from not only Hurricane Matthew, […]

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Co-Sponsor Resolution Recognizing January as National Mentoring Month

  From: The Honorable Susan A. Davis Sent By: armita.pedram@mail.house.gov Date: 1/24/2017 Co-Sponsor Resolution Recognizing January as National Mentoring Month Deadline: Noon, January 25th, 2017  Dear Colleague: Please join us in supporting a resolution recognizing January as National Mentoring Month. There are currently 9 million children in the United States growing up without a mentor […]

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Transition-To-Success Mentoring Act (v. 2)

  From: The Honorable Andre Carson Sent By: erica.powell@mail.house.gov Date: 1/24/2017 Support Kids in the Transition from Middle School to High School Endorsed by MENTOR Become an Original Cosponsor of the Transition-To-Success Mentoring Act Cosponsors:  Steve Cohen, Keith Ellison, James Langevin, Barbara Lee, David Loebsack, Gwen Moore, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Donald Payne Jr., Tim Ryan […]

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Support Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools

  From: The Honorable Alcee L. Hastings Sent By: david.ogle@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 160 Date: 1/24/2017 Dear Colleague: I write to ask for your support for H.R. 160, the Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act of 2017. Currently, corporal punishment is still allowed in the states of: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, […]

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