Preventing a Saudi Nuclear Bomb

As CNN and Washington Post have reported, Saudi Arabia will soon be able to build the ballistic missiles it needs to deliver a nuclear weapon. This is one more reason why we need to oppose a Saudi nuclear program unless Congress determines that
there are adequate safeguards, and that it is in our national interest.

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Cosponsor: Energizing American Shipbuilding Act (H.R.3829)

Our U.S.-flag international fleet—comprised of commercial vessels built and flagged in the United States and owned and operated by U.S. citizens—is in a state of precipitous decline. This important force has dwindled from 1,200 ships just after
World War II to fewer than 80 today. Only 1 percent of America’s ocean-going foreign trade travels on U.S.-flag vessels. Join me in reversing this troubling trend by cosponsoring the “Energizing American Shipbuilding Act” (H.R.3829).

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Preventing Termination of Utility Services in Bankruptcy Act

Please join as an original cosponsor of the Preventing Termination of Utility Services in Bankruptcy Act. This latest summer heat wave has emphasized the importance of access to cooling and temperature-regulating appliances in our homes.
Attempts by utility companies to extract additional fees from customers in bankruptcy endangers Americans, particularly in the summer and winter months. This practice needs to end.

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Preventing a Saudi Nuclear Bomb

As CNN and Washington Post have reported, Saudi Arabia will soon be able to build the ballistic missiles it needs to deliver a nuclear weapon. This is one more reason why we need to oppose a Saudi nuclear program unless Congress determines that
there are adequate safeguards, and that it is in our national interest.

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Cosponsor the Methane Waste Prevention Act

I invite you to cosponsor the Methane Waste Prevention Act of 2019 (H.R. 2711), which will reinstate and update the Obama-era methane waste and pollution prevention standards of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA).

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Original Cosponsors: Energizing American Shipbuilding Act

Our U.S.-flag international fleet—comprised of commercial vessels built and flagged in the United States and owned and operated by U.S. citizens—is in a state of precipitous decline. This important force has dwindled from 1,200 ships just after
World War II to fewer than 80 today. Only 1 percent of America’s ocean-going foreign trade travels on U.S.-flag vessels. Join me in reversing this troubling trend by cosponsoring the “Energizing American Shipbuilding Act.”

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