Presidential Inaugural Committee Oversight Act Original Cosponsors

It has now been over a year since the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. I’ve been surprised recently by media reports about the lack of disclosure requirements for the Presidential Inauguration Committees. Political candidates and elected officials see a fair
amount of warranted scrutiny over fundraising and spending. But it is incomprehensible that a Presidential Inaugural Committee can raise and distribute funds in the name of the President of the United States with little to no scrutiny. Regardless of political
affiliation, I would hope that every Member of Congress wants to ensure that our official ceremonies reflect America’s ideals and promote transparency through this process.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Presidential Inaugural Committee Oversight Act

It has now been over a year since the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. I’ve been surprised recently by media reports about the lack of disclosure requirements for the Presidential Inauguration Committees. Political candidates and elected officials see a fair
amount of warranted scrutiny over fundraising and spending. But it is incomprehensible that a Presidential Inaugural Committee can raise and distribute funds in the name of the President of the United States with little to no scrutiny. Regardless of political
affiliation, I would hope that every Member of Congress wants to ensure that our official ceremonies reflect America’s ideals and promote transparency through this process.

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Gun Safety: Not Sorry Act of 2017

I invite you to join me as a cosponsor of H.R. 4268 the “Gun Safety: Not Sorry Act of 2017” that provides for a 7-day waiting period before a semiautomatic firearm, a silencer, armor piercing ammunition, or a large capacity ammunition magazine may be purchased
or transferred ownership.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Presidential Inaugural Committee Oversight Act

It has now been over a year since the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. I’ve been surprised recently by media reports about the lack of disclosure requirements for the Presidential Inauguration Committees. Political candidates and elected officials see a fair
amount of warranted scrutiny over fundraising and spending. But it is incomprehensible that a Presidential Inaugural Committee can raise and distribute funds in the name of the President of the United States with little to no scrutiny. Regardless of political
affiliation, I would hope that every Member of Congress wants to ensure that our official ceremonies reflect America’s ideals and promote transparency through this process.

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