Meet the Neighbors! Support the United States-Cuba Relations Normalization Act

While considerable progress has been made toward normalizing relations with Cuba, under the current administration we have taken step backwards such as reimposing restrictions on trade and travel with Cuba.  Measures such as these
hurt American citizens, workers, and industries.  I believe that we need to move forward, not backward, and work to create a more cooperative future with Cuba.

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Cosponsor H. Res. 705: Recognizing the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS

On November 14, Secretary Pompeo convened an emergency Counter-ISIS ministerial in Washington D.C. to discuss the future of the counter-ISIS mission with coalition members following President Trump’s decision to pull U.S. forces out of northern Syria. Concurrently,
we introduced
H.Res.705, a bipartisan resolution recognizing Counter-ISIS Coalition partners for their contributions in the counter-ISIS campaign. We would welcome your support and co-sponsorship.

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Help Children Thrive

Please join me in supporting H.R. 4864, the Global Child Thrive Act, to build on efforts to advance early childhood development internationally.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Meet the Neighbors! Support the United States-Cuba Relations Normalization Act

While considerable progress has been made toward normalizing relations with Cuba, under the current administration we have taken step backwards such as reimposing restrictions on trade and travel with Cuba.  Measures such as these
hurt American citizens, workers, and industries.  I believe that we need to move forward, not backward, and work to create a more cooperative future with Cuba.

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Invitation to Member Day Hearing: House Foreign Affairs Committee

The Committee on Foreign Affairs invites Members to testify before the Committee about their legislative proposals under the Committee’s legislative jurisdiction. House Rule X, Clause 1(n) defines
the legislative jurisdiction of the Committee. The hearing will take place on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. in Room 2172 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  

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