Cosponsor the No Vote, No Raise Act

The Ethics Reform Act of 1989 established the current formula for the automatic annual pay adjustment for Members of Congress, which automatically goes into effect unless denied statutorily by Congress.  Many of our constituents do not receive an automatic
pay increase, and neither should Members of Congress.  That is why I re-introduced the No Vote, No Raise Act that repeals the provision of law that provides for this automatic increase.  If any increases need to take place, I believe Congress should have a
transparent and public vote to do so.

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Equal Pay Day Resolution

Equal Pay Day, recognized this year on April 2, symbolizes how far into 2019 women must work to earn what men were paid in 2018 alone. To highlight this critical disparity, we will introduce the Equal Pay Day Resolution on Tuesday, April 2. We hope you will
join us as a cosponsor.

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Increase EEOC Funding to Combat Workplace Harassment and Enforce Equal Pay Data Collection

Please join us in requesting that Chairman Serrano and Ranking Member Aderholt provide an additional $20 million for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in the Fiscal Year 2020 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies appropriations
bill so that the EEOC can properly pursue justice. Of the additional funds appropriated, we recommend that at least $5 million be used to collect and enforce summary employee pay data as mandated by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in March
2019.

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Support Holocaust Survivors in the FY20 Labor-HHS Bill

Please join us in sending the letter below to Chairman DeLauro and Ranking Member Cole, requesting $5 million in FY 2020 for the Holocaust Survivors Assistance Program through the Administration for Community Living. This program will help ensure that Holocaust
survivors are able to live in dignity in their homes and communities, and foster the development of replicable models of care to serve other aging victims of trauma, such as veterans, first responders, and victims of domestic abuse.    

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SHADOW DAY 2019 SIGN UP!

The Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth is excited to announce the eighth annual Foster Youth Shadow Day.
We hope that you will participate by providing a foster youth the opportunity to shadow you for at least 4 hours Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

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Co-sponsor H.R. 575 – The Lessening Regulatory Costs and Establishing a Federal Regulatory Budget Act

On January 30, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order entitled “Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs.”
As the title suggests, the order is intended to both reduce the burden imposed by federal regulations and establish a cap on the costs that such regulations impose on the United States economy.
It could prove to be one of the most significant developments for agency rulemaking in decades.

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