Support Urban Parks & Green Space

We invite you to become an original co-sponsor of the bipartisan Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) Grant Program Act, a bill that creates a guaranteed source of funding for projects that expand outdoor recreational opportunities in cities across
the country, particularly in underserved areas. The ORLP Act accomplishes this without spending any taxpayer dollars.

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Please Oppose Destructive Dams Bill

Please join me in opposing H.R. 1654, the so-called Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act. H.R. 1654 threatens thousands of jobs, undermines bedrock environmental laws, and does nothing to improve our nation’s deficient infrastructure.

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Support UAS Growth, the U.S. Aircraft Industry, and the Future of American Transportation

We invite you to join us in introducing the Aeronautics Innovation Act on 2017 on June 23. This bill provides a guiding architecture for the ‘Big A’ in NASA: Aeronautics. It secures the U.S. technological edge in aviation technology by driving
forward unmanned aircraft system (UAS) integration into the national airspace, developing new ultra-efficient propulsion methods, and encouraging the development of an exciting new type of air travel, “on-demand aviation,” that will revolutionize the way people
move.

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Oppose the Exportation of 15 Endangered Big Cats

 Please join us in asking US Fish and Wildlife Service to deny the application by Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus for a permit to export 15 threatened and endangered big cats to a German circus. Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus has
held our planets most precious and now endangered big cats captive for more than a century. Their organization has now applied for a permit to export 15 threatened and endangered big cats to a German circus.

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Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus Briefing: The Genetics of Autism

We want to draw your attention to an invitation you should have already received from the Coalition for the Life Sciences (CLS). On Friday, June 23rd at 12:00 noon,
CLS cordially invites you to attend a briefing entitled The Genetics of Autism
in the Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2044. The distinguished speaker will be
Dr. Matthew State, MD, PhD, from the University of California, San Francisco.

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Don’t open the floodgates for robocalls: tell the FCC to regulate ringless voicemail

Have you ever picked up your phone and found you have voicemail even though your phone didn’t ring? Did you find yourself confused and listen to the message only to find out it’s a robocall from a telemarketer? If so, you have seen a new technology – ringless
voicemail – in action. Ringless voicemail allows callers to send messages directly to a customer’s voicemail inbox without first alerting phone users that a call is coming through. This technology has been highlighted in numerous recent news stories and editorials
including in the
New York Times,
Chicago Tribune, and
The Boston Globe.

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