Help Student Loan Borrowers (v. 2)

In April, the Consumer Financial Protect Bureau (CFPB) proposed a set of new personalized disclosures for student loan borrowers. The proposal, known as the Payback Playbook, would offer borrowers easily understandable information about loan repayment options that is tailored to borrowers’ specific circumstances.

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Early Learning STEM Briefing TODAY

Please join Representatives Mike Honda and Sheila Jackson Lee for the second briefing in their Education Through the Lens series. The important facet of educational equity which we will be exploring on June 10th is Early Learning STEM. Learn about some of the broad commitments and cutting-edge efforts recently highlighted at the White House’s Early STEM Learning Symposium.

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Honor the Life and Legacy of Muhammad Ali

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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Cosponsor the Child Protection Improvements Act (v. 6)

The FBI’s fingerprint-based background checks are the gold standard for criminal background checks, yet for thousands of organizations all over the nation serving children, the elderly, and the disabled, these checks are often unavailable or too expensive to afford.

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