Show Your Support for an Independent and Diverse Media

An independent, diverse media is critical for the health of the United States of America. Exposure to a broad range of viewpoints and the ability to contribute to the political debate is central to keeping the public informed and sustaining informed citizen
engagement.

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Sign Letter to Administration on DIR Fees in Part D Rule

As Members of Congress, it is our duty to uphold the government-to-government relationship and fulfill the trust responsibility that the federal government has with Tribal Nations. As part of this, it is Congress’ responsibility to support Tribal
governments in exercising greater control over their planning and budgeting processes to meet local needs and be more involved in internal governance and identification of needs within their communities.

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Take a Stand for Media Diversity

            For over 240 years, the United States Postal Service and our dedicated postal workforce have performed the essential government function of “providing postal services to bind the Nation together through the personal, educational, literary,
and business correspondence of the people.” In furtherance of this mission, the Postal Service and its more than 500,000 clerks, letter carriers, mail handlers, and other employees deliver the mail to over 157 million residential and business customers
six days a week nationwide.  Given the effectiveness of the Postal Service in fulfilling its critical public service mission, it is not surprising that the American people have consistently ranked the Postal Service as our most trusted government agency. 
In a
recent Gallup poll, an overwhelming majority of Americans also rated the Postal Service as “doing an excellent or good job.”

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Take a Stand for Media Diversity

Please join Congressmen John Garamendi (CA-03) and Austin Scott (GA-08) in supporting H.R. 2617, the bipartisan Occupational and Environmental Transparency Health (OATH) Act. 

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Cosponsor H.R. 2048, The Pink Tax Repeal Act

In 1994, the California Assembly Office of Research conducted a study that found that women pay a “gender tax” of $1,351/year for the same services as men. I subsequently sponsored the “Repeal the Gender Tax Act” in the California Assembly, which passed
in 1996 and required that prices for services like dry cleaning and haircuts be determined by the amount of time needed to do the job, not by gender.

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Take a Stand for Media Diversity

Please join me as a member of the Media Diversity Congressional Brain Trust – a platform to identify the challenges to media diversity and propose recommendations for implementable solutions and best practices to overcoming these challenges.

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Take a Stand for Media Diversity

Please join me as a member of the Media Diversity Congressional Brain Trust – a platform to identify the challenges to media diversity and propose recommendations for implementable solutions and best practices to overcoming these challenges.

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