Help Fight Waste in Campaign Finance!

From: The Honorable Mark Takano Sent By: chay.halbert@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 1518 Date: 6/2/2015 Idle Campaigns need to Let it Go! Practical campaign finance reform endorsed by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), Common Cause, and Public Citizen Dear Colleague, All of us are fortunate to have much appreciated support from a diverse group […]

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Keep the Districts our Voters Chose and Prevent a Mid-Decade Gerrymander

From: The Honorable Dana Rohrabacher Sent By: rick.dykema@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 2501 Date: 6/2/2015 Help Stop Gerrymandering by Supporting HR 2501 Original cosponsors (15): Brownley, Calvert, Cook, Gallego, Grijalva, Huffman, Hunter, Issa, Kirkpatrick, Knight, Lieu, Lofgren, Lowenthal, McClintock, and Swalwell Dear Colleague: Depending on how the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the next couple weeks, partisan […]

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Upcoming Mindfulness Meditation Session

From: The Honorable Tim Ryan Sent By: crystal.price@mail.house.gov Date: 5/29/2015 Dear Colleague, Our next mindfulness meditation session will take place on Wednesday, June 3RD in the Cannon House Office Building room 122 from 3:00PM-3:30 PM (Please note date and room change) Host: Steffany Moonaz These weekly meditation sessions are open to both STAFF and MEMBERS. […]

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Cosponsor the Open Our Democracy Act

From: The Honorable John K. Delaney Sent By: chris.mackenzie@mail.house.gov Date: 5/21/2015 Dear Colleague, Gerrymandered congressional districts and low voter turnout have seriously impacted the ability of all Americans to have their voice heard in our democracy. We must look for structural adjustments that will give fair representation, responsible governance, and a willingness to work across […]

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SUPPORT THE REDISTRICTING REFORM ACT OF 2015

From: The Honorable Zoe Lofgren Sent By: antigona.kukaj@mail.house.gov Date: 4/30/2015 Dear Colleague: There is a hybrid system developing in our country regarding how Congressional district lines are drawn. In many states, these lines are drawn by a state legislature, although this partisan method is under increasing scrutiny as many voters believe it will allow the […]

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