CALLING FOR ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS: White House Accountability for Diversity Act

In January 2017, after President Trump’s inauguration, the White House deleted Spanish-language content from the official White House website. At the time, the White House claimed that a Spanish-language site was under development, but,
more than two years later, such a website has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, the past two administrations offered Spanish content on the official White House website.

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Help Protect Communities From Violence

Every person in America should feel safe and secure when they leave their home. They should be able to attend concerts, school, nightclubs, movies, and places of worship without the fear of violence. They should be able to go about their daily lives without
wondering whether or not they will be the next target of a mass casualty event. Unfortunately, this reality exists in our country. Over the last several years, communities across the country have endured too many unspeakable acts of violence in places once
thought to be safe.

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BECOME AN ORIGINAL COSPONSOR OF THE CLIMATE DISPLACED PERSON’S ACT OF 2019

By the end of this century, people across the globe will be forced to involuntarily leave their home due to an environmental impact that renders their home uninhabitable. Rising sea levels, wildfires, drought or a slow-moving hurricane can all threaten human
life as surely as a bomb. But unlike victims of war for whom the causes and effects of the threats are clear and codified, there are no protections for environmental migrants.

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Closing Today: Letter Opposing Trump Administration’s Efforts to Decertify Immigration Judges Union

The rights of workers, including federal employees, are under attack. On August 19, 2019, the Trump Administration filed a petition to decertify the National Association of Immigration Judges (NAIJ), the labor union of federal immigration judges. The petition
seeks to squash the collective bargaining rights of immigration judges and demonstrates a pattern by the Administration to dismantle unions representing the federal workforce. Further, this contributes to the Administration’s broader agenda to create hasty
removal proceedings that undermine the fundamental tenets of a fair and impartial immigration proceedings.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the HEAL for Immigrant Women and Families Act

Two decades ago politicians began enacting harmful restrictions on immigrants’ access affordable to health insurance coverage. These restrictions, which have been imposed on many lawfully present immigrants, are based solely on their immigration status and
remain in place today. Lack of access to health care coverage increases the incidence of negative health outcomes and has profound impacts on families, their communities, and the nation. It leads to delayed treatment for preventable diseases and more visits
to emergency rooms, increasing costs and hindering an individual’s ability to work and participate in our economy. Beyond the economic impact, lack of health care access has a human cost.  A delayed cancer treatment could lead to a mother’s premature death,
or a child may miss out on an intervention in his or her critical early years of development.

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Closing Tomorrow: Cosign Letter Opposing Trump Administration’s Efforts to Decertify Immigration Judges Union

The rights of workers, including federal employees, are under attack. On August 19, 2019, the Trump Administration filed a petition to decertify the National Association of Immigration Judges (NAIJ), the labor union of federal immigration judges. The petition
seeks to squash the collective bargaining rights of immigration judges and demonstrates a pattern by the Administration to dismantle unions representing the federal workforce. Further, this contributes to the Administration’s broader agenda to create hasty
removal proceedings that undermine the fundamental tenets of a fair and impartial immigration proceedings.

Read More

CALLING FOR ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS: White House Accountability for Diversity Act

In January 2017, after President Trump’s inauguration, the White House deleted Spanish-language content from the official White House website. At the time, the White House claimed that a Spanish-language site was under development, but,
more than two years later, such a website has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, the past two administrations offered Spanish content on the official White House website.

Read More

BECOME AN ORIGINAL COSPONSOR OF THE CLIMATE DISPLACED PERSON’S ACT OF 2019

By the end of this century, people across the globe will be forced to involuntarily leave their home due to an environmental impact that renders their home uninhabitable. Rising sea levels, wildfires, drought or a slow-moving hurricane can all threaten human
life as surely as a bomb. But unlike victims of war for whom the causes and effects of the threats are clear and codified, there are no protections for environmental migrants.

Read More

CALLING FOR ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS: White House Accountability for Diversity Act

In January 2017, after President Trump’s inauguration, the White House deleted Spanish-language content from the official White House website. At the time, the White House claimed that a Spanish-language site was under development, but,
more than two years later, such a website has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, the past two administrations offered Spanish content on the official White House website.

Read More

Deadline Extended: Cosign Letter Opposing Trump Administration’s Efforts to Decertify Immigration Judges Union

The rights of workers, including federal employees, are under attack. On August 19, 2019, the Trump Administration filed a petition to decertify the National Association of Immigration Judges (NAIJ), the labor union of federal immigration judges. The petition
seeks to squash the collective bargaining rights of immigration judges and demonstrates a pattern by the Administration to dismantle unions representing the federal workforce. Further, this contributes to the Administration’s broader agenda to create hasty
removal proceedings that undermine the fundamental tenets of a fair and impartial immigration proceedings.

Read More