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Invitation to Join the Congressional Coronavirus Task Force

March 12, 2020

This letter is to inform you about the newly created bipartisan Congressional Coronavirus Task Force and to invite you to join us on this task force. This task force will marshal the collective experience and expertise of Members of Congress
and Congressional Committees to produce an action plan and provide input into health policy and legislative efforts, be a vehicle for receiving and disseminating information on a regular basis to the entire Congress and the general public, to advocate for
needed resources, and to work with the Administration to act promptly on all matters related to combatting the coronavirus.

Support Congressional Research Service (CRS) Funding in FY21

March 12, 2020

As you know, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides an invaluable service for Members and staff. The dedicated nonpartisan analysts at CRS are highly trained not only in their areas of expertise, but also in briefing staff and fine-tuning analysis
to fit individual office needs. A true gem on Capitol Hill, CRS keeps Congress informed and directly contributes to smart and responsible policymaking.

Restore Funding for the Office of Technology Assessment in FY21 Appropriations

March 12, 2020

Please join us in support funding for the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) in the Fiscal Year 2021 Legislative Branch Appropriations bill.

Restore Funding for the Office of Technology Assessment in FY21 Appropriations

March 11, 2020

Please join us in support funding for the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) in the Fiscal Year 2021 Legislative Branch Appropriations bill.

Support Increased Funding for Paid House Internship Program

March 11, 2020

Please join us in sending a letter to Chairman Ryan and Ranking Member Herrera Beutler asking them to provide funding in the FY 2021 Legislative Branch appropriations bill to ensure that interns compensated through the House intern allowance are able to
be paid a livable wage.

Invitation to Join the Congressional Coronavirus Task Force

March 11, 2020

This letter is to inform you about the newly created bipartisan
Congressional Coronavirus Task Force and to invite you to join us on this task force. This task force will marshal the collective experience and expertise of Members of Congress and Congressional Committees to produce an action plan and provide
input into health policy and legislative efforts, be a vehicle for receiving and disseminating information on a regular basis to the entire Congress and the general public, to advocate for needed resources, and to work with the Administration to act promptly
on all matters related to combatting the coronavirus.

Restore Funding for the Office of Technology Assessment in FY21 Appropriations

March 11, 2020

Please join us in support funding for the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) in the Fiscal Year 2021 Legislative Branch Appropriations bill.

Deadline COB TODAY: Support the Minority Fellowship Program in FY 2021 Appropriations

March 11, 2020

Please join us in supporting a diverse behavioral health care workforce by requesting $15.7 million for the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) in FY 2021 at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Support Creating an Online System for Adding Cosponsors to Bills and Cosigners to Letters

March 11, 2020

The current public health crisis caused by the coronavirus makes it clear that Congressional staff members need digital options to complete their critical day-to-day functions, such as collecting signatures for appropriations. In addition, there are several
smaller problems that are easy to address and could make a huge impact on day-to-day Congressional operations, from fully digitizing the room reservation systems to creating a universal online onboarding process for new staff members.

Invitation to Join the Congressional Coronavirus Task Force

March 11, 2020

This letter is to inform you about the newly created bipartisan Congressional Coronavirus Task Force and to invite you to join us on this task force. This task force will marshal the collective experience and expertise of Members of Congress
and Congressional Committees to produce an action plan and provide input into health policy and legislative efforts, be a vehicle for receiving and disseminating information on a regular basis to the entire Congress and the general public, to advocate for
needed resources, and to work with the Administration to act promptly on all matters related to combatting the coronavirus.