Please Sign the Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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Help Protect Children from Opioid Addiction

I write to ask that you join me in urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reconsider its decision to approve OxyContin for use by children and instead allow an Advisory Committee to gather public input and expert testimony before making an
official recommendation.

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Please Sign the Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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ALL Gun Purchases Need Background Checks

The single most important thing we can do to reduce gun violence is require a criminal background check for every gun sale. Seventeen states and Washington, D.C., already do this for all handgun sales. In those states, 46 percent fewer women are shot to death by their partners, 48 percent fewer on-duty police officers are shot and killed, and 48 percent fewer people commit suicide with guns.

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Please Sign the Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

Read More