Branchless Banking: Disrupting the Tyranny of Fees (v. 2)

The Financial Services Innovation Coalition (FSIC) invites you to join us for a
“Branchless Banking: Disrupting the Tyranny of Fees”. This discussion will be held
Monday July 24th, 2017 in the Rayburn House Building room 2168 from 12:00 – 1:30 pm EDT. The purpose of this briefing is to educate policy makers and congressional staffers about the evolving consumer credit crisis
and how financial services innovators are working to provide better lending solutions to underserved consumers. 
Specifically, this briefing is focused on discussing how to provide easily accessible banking and lending solutions to everyone, but most importantly to individuals in disadvantaged or minority communities.

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H.R. 1144: Invest in America: Enact a Financial Transaction Tax (v. 2)

Please cosponsor The Inclusive Prosperity Act (H.R. 1144). The bill enacts a financial transaction tax (FTT) which economists estimate would raise between $100 billion to $300 billion
annually which could be used to upgrade infrastructure; expand research and development; meet human needs, such as health care, education, affordable housing, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment; climate change mitigation; international development and more.

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Help Distressed Communities: Cosponsor H.R. 2931

Our small towns are searching for ways to invigorate their economies and build on local assets. Many of these communities are impacted by substantial job loss (250 jobs or more) due to foreign competition or a transition away from an energy-based economy.
Hard-working Americans in coal, oil, and manufacturing face high unemployment rates and limited resources for securing good jobs.

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Cosponsor H.R. 3274: President John F. Kennedy Commemorative Coin Act

As members of the John F. Kennedy Centennial Commission, we write to urge you to cosponsor H.R. 3274, the President John F. Kennedy Commemorative Coin Act. In honor of President Kennedy’s service and dedication to our country, this bill would direct the
U.S. Mint to issue a special limited commemorative silver dollar coin to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Kennedy.

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