Cosponsor the LGBT Data Inclusion Act

Please join us in a letter to the Office of Management and Budget for the Notice of Proposed Rule Making comment period opposing the use of chained CPI to calculate annual adjustments to the Federal Poverty Level. OMB is currently considering updates to
the calculation, including the use of chained CPI, which would have devastating consequences to the millions of individuals and families that benefit from safety net programs. A shift to the chained CPI would be a mirage – while the federal government’s definition
of poor would change, the individuals and families that fail to meet the definition would nevertheless remain poor.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Student Debt Cancellation Act!

For too long, major pharmaceutical corporations have misled the FDA, doctors, and the American people about the addictive nature of opioid drugs in order to sell more drugs and accumulate profits. This deception contributed to about 47,600 overdose deaths
in 2017, according to the CDC, and every day more than 130 people in the US die from opioid overdose. The opioid epidemic is estimated to cost the US over $78 billion per year.

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Cosponsor the PFAS User Fee Act

Please join me to mitigate the epidemic of liver cancer & illness by co-sponsoring my legislation, the
Liver Illness Visibility, Education, and Research (LIVER) Act of 2019.

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Cosponsor the Wildlife Veterinarians Employment and Training Act of 2019

My
legislation to repeal the misnamed “Cadillac Tax” now has the support of more than 80% of the House of Representatives. As conversations about finally fully repealing this tax accelerate, I want to be sure that you are equipped with the sound economic arguments
that explain why taxing health benefits will hurt working Americans, and disproportionately affect low wage earners and families.

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Support Immigrant Heritage Month

Please join Congressmen John Garamendi (CA-03) and Austin Scott (GA-08) in supporting H.R. 2617, the bipartisan Occupational and Environmental Transparency Health (OATH) Act. 

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Cosponsor the Mainstreaming Addiction Treatment Act – H.R. 2482

The United States continues to be in the midst of a devastating overdose epidemic. 2017 was the deadliest year yet, with more than 70,237 dying from drug overdoses according to the Centers for Disease Control. Despite the passage of the Comprehensive Addiction
and Recovery Act and the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, there are still significant gaps in substance use treatment capacity. Only 20 percent of patients who need treatment for opioid use disorder are currently receive it, and even when providers
are present in a community, patients often face waiting lists for care.

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