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LAST CALL – Co-Sponsor the 21st Century Investment Act

January 16, 2019

A robust research and development (R&D) tax credit boosts economic growth, creates jobs, and encourages local investment. Congress made the R&D tax credit permanent and expanded it to benefit start-ups and small businesses in 2015, but we should pursue new
ways to leverage the program to spur innovation, increase productivity, and create good-paying American jobs. To this goal, I am asking for your support for the 21st Century Investment Act.

Cosponsor the Gigabit Opportunity Act

January 14, 2019

High-speed internet access has become a pillar of our 21st Century economy and a prerequisite to economic growth in America. Broadband access has revolutionized virtually every dimension of our lives—from education to telemedicine, and entrepreneurship.
While some of us can take internet access for granted, many of our neighbors live each day without a reliable internet connection, meaning the opportunities afforded by this resource are closed to them. 

Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns

January 14, 2019

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Eric.Henshall@mail.house.gov         Request for Cosponsor(s) Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns 116th Cosponsors: Reps. Pascrell, McCollum, Cooper, Dingell, Khanna, DeGette, Watson Coleman, Yarmuth, Moore, McEachin, Espaillat, McGovern, Frederica Wilson, Beatty, Wasserman Schultz, and Sarbanes. 115th Cosponsors (175): […]

Become an Original Co-Sponsor of the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act of 2019

January 14, 2019

I am writing to request you co-sponsor the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act.

Become an Original Co-Sponsor the Educator’s Expense Deduction Modernization Act of 2019

January 14, 2019

I am writing to ask you to join me in co-sponsoring the Educators Expense Deduction Modernization Act.  This legislation will double the amount educators are able to deduct on qualified out-of-pocket classroom expenses – such as basic school
supplies, books, and other instructional materials – from $250 to $500. The deductions would also be indexed to inflation.

Become an Original Co-Sponsor of the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act of 2019

January 14, 2019

I am writing to request you co-sponsor the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act.

Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns

January 14, 2019

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Eric.Henshall@mail.house.gov         Request for Cosponsor(s) Cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act to Require Presidents and Presidential Candidates to Release Their Tax Returns 116th Cosponsors: Reps. Pascrell, McCollum, Cooper, Dingell, Khanna, DeGette, Watson Coleman, Yarmuth, Moore, McEachin, Espaillat, McGovern, Frederica Wilson, Beatty, Wasserman Schultz, Sarbanes, Cohen, Jayapal, Garcia, […]

Co-Sponsor the 21st Century Investment Act

January 14, 2019

A robust research and development (R&D) tax credit boosts economic growth, creates jobs, and encourages local investment. Congress made the R&D tax credit permanent and expanded it to benefit start-ups and small businesses in 2015, but we should pursue new
ways to leverage the program to spur innovation, increase productivity, and create good-paying American jobs. To this goal, I am asking for your support for the
21st Century Investment Act.

Become an Original Co-Sponsor of the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act of 2019

January 14, 2019

I am writing to request you co-sponsor the Investing in Tomorrow’s Workforce Act.

Become an Original Co-Sponsor the Educator’s Expense Deduction Modernization Act of 2019

January 14, 2019

I am writing to ask you to join me in co-sponsoring the Educators Expense Deduction Modernization Act.  This legislation will double the amount educators are able to deduct on qualified out-of-pocket classroom expenses – such as basic school
supplies, books, and other instructional materials – from $250 to $500. The deductions would also be indexed to inflation.