BRIEFING on June 20th – “The Asian American Consumer Journey & The Importance of an Accurate Count in Census 2020”

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.

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McEachin – Nadler Introducing Deceptive Practices and Voter Intimidation Act of 2019 (Introducing Thursday 6/13)

Too many Americans struggle to afford their rent or mortgage, which can result in far-reaching consequences across our economy. When families have stable housing, research shows that outcomes improve in terms of health, education, and poverty alleviation.
To tackle the affordable housing crisis in this country, urgent action is required at all levels of government to generate a menu of solutions.

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Show Your Support for an Independent and Diverse Media

An independent, diverse media is critical for the health of the United States of America. Exposure to a broad range of viewpoints and the ability to contribute to the political debate is central to keeping the public informed and sustaining informed citizen
engagement.

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Strengthen Our Nursing Workforce

We are reintroducing the Student Loan Refinancing Act, a bill which would remove the current restrictions on refinancing and allow anyone with a subsidized or unsubsidized federal Stafford loan, or a federal direct PLUS loan, to refinance
their student loans whenever borrowing rates are reduced.

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