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Co-sponsor the Disabled Access Credit Expansion Act

April 12, 2018

I invite you to show your support for Americans with disabilities by co-sponsoring the Disabled Access Credit Expansion Act—a bill that doubles the
Disabled Access Credit (DAC) and loosens eligibility requirements to better help small businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Co-Sponsor Representative Posey’s Bill to Eliminate Death Gratuities

April 10, 2018

Sending Office: Posey, Bill Sent By: Johnathan.Sargent@mail.house.gov Current Cosponsors: Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO), Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN), Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL), and Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA)   Dear Colleague,   As you know, the U.S. government pays a full year’s salary to the family of a member of Congress who dies serving while in office, […]

H.R. 3315, Protecting Consumer Access to Vision Care Act of 2017

April 9, 2018

Currently, there exists a severe inequity in Treasury regulations in the way stand-alone vision plans (SAVPs) are treated under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Section 9010 of the ACA imposes a health insurer fee on covered entities engaged in the business
of providing health insurance. While it can be debated whether or not the fee ever made sense for a traditional health insurance company, it is clear that this fee should never have applied to SAVPs.

Stand Up for Military Families: Cosponsor the Military Spouse Hiring Act (H.R. 2318)

April 9, 2018

I invite you to cosponsor H.R. 2318, the Military Spouse Hiring Act.

Join an Inequality Special Order

April 9, 2018

Over the last thirty years inequality has grown in the United States at a rapid rate. America’s top 10% now average more than 9 times as much income as the bottom 90% of Americans.

Schedule a Historic Preservation visit during National Preservation Month

April 9, 2018

As co-chairs of the Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus, we encourage you to celebrate National Preservation Month during the upcoming April 30-May 4 District Work Period.

Join an Inequality Special Order

April 5, 2018

Over the last thirty years inequality has grown in the United States at a rapid rate. America’s top 10% now average more than 9 times as much income as the bottom 90% of Americans.