Cosponsor H.R. 1168: The WORKER Act.

For being the wealthiest nation on earth, far too many Americans are struggling with the realities of everyday life—paying the bills, caring for a family, putting food on the table, and keeping a roof over their head.
The future of our economy rests in our ability to alleviate this struggle by innovating and creating new, livable-wage jobs where they are needed most.
We need to encourage and expand STEM education and create a pipeline into the workforce through apprenticeships. We need to make it easier for Americans to get the skills necessary to compete in our shifting economy and to provide the income support services
necessary to succeed.

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TODAY, 12pm: Native American Women & Maternal Health lunch briefing

You should already have received an invitation from The Center for Reproductive Rights and the US Human Rights Network to a briefing on
Native American Women and Maternal Health. The United States has the highest maternal mortality ratio of all the world’s wealthy countries, an issue that has garnered significant attention from members of Congress. Native women are disproportionately
impacted by the human rights crisis in U.S. maternal health, yet the needs of Native women have not been adequately addressed.

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Invitation to Join the House Space Power Caucus

I write to invite you to join the House Space Power Caucus.  The Space Power Caucus provides an opportunity for Members and their staff to attend regular events and briefings
that highlight the critical importance of America’s continued space dominance.  Our space based capabilities provide integral support to military, commercial, and civilian applications and are critical to maintaining our modern way of life.  The United States’
space assets are a tremendous force multiplier, and our adversaries know this.  Foreign governments are developing capabilities that threaten other’s ability to use space.  Please consider joining and supporting this important caucus during a critical time
for expansion of space related activities.

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TOMORROW: Native American Women & Maternal Health lunch briefing, *2325 Rayburn*

You should already have received an invitation from The Center for Reproductive Rights and the US Human Rights Network to a briefing on
Native American Women and Maternal Health. The United States has the highest maternal mortality ratio of all the world’s wealthy countries, an issue that has garnered significant attention from members of Congress. Native women are disproportionately
impacted by the human rights crisis in U.S. maternal health, yet the needs of Native women have not been adequately addressed.

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Join the House Manufacturing Caucus

We would like to invite you to join the House Manufacturing Caucus, a group of legislators who seek to engage Congress around the issues facing US manufacturing.  The Manufacturing Caucus will offer briefings on how manufacturing is changing and bring the
voice of the stakeholders to present their ideas, problems, and suggestions. 

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