Please join me as a cosponsor of a bipartisan joint resolution to help finally ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the U.S. Constitution.
Please join us in introducing a resolution to recognize the many accomplishments and contributions of Vietnamese Americans in the United States.
We write to ask for your support of the bipartisan Responsible Additions and Increases to Sustain Employee (RAISE) Health Benefits Act,
I invite you to become a co-sponsor of legislation that would award a Congressional Gold Medal to Rabbi Michoel Weissmandl, an unsung hero who proactively fought against Nazi Germany’s “Final Solution.”
Access to insulin can improve — and even save — countless lives. That’s why in 1921, the scientists who isolated insulin sold the patent for this procedure to the University of Toronto for $3, and for decades, insulin was affordable for those who relied
With over 40 million Americans burdened by student loan debt, the education debt crisis has reached an epidemic level. In February of 2017, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported that total student loan debt in America had reached $1.3 trillion. According
to the Wall Street Journal, the average class of 2016 graduate will have to pay back over $37,172 in student loan debt.
Please cosponsor the District of Columbia Local Juror Non-Discrimination Act of 2019 (H.R. 2275), which would clarify that D.C. residents may not be excluded or disqualified from jury service in the local D.C. court based on sexual orientation or gender
identity. Specifically, this bill would clarify that “sex,” which is a protected class under the non-discrimination law that currently applies to local D.C. jurors, includes sexual orientation and gender identity.
In 1994, the California Assembly Office of Research conducted a study that found that women pay a “gender tax” of $1,351/year for the same services as men. I subsequently sponsored the “Repeal the Gender Tax Act” in the California Assembly, which passed
in 1996 and required that prices for services like dry cleaning and haircuts be determined by the amount of time needed to do the job, not by gender.