Cosponsor the “Veterans Health Savings Account Act”

I invite you to cosponsor the Veterans Health Savings Account Act of 2019, an important amendment to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. This legislation will provide all Veterans the eligibility to make uninterrupted contributions to health savings accounts
(HSA) and receive medical benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Senator Todd Young will introduce a Senate companion bill.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Student Debt Cancellation Act!

Please join me in introducing the Student Debt Cancellation Act of 2019. This straightforward bill will forgive all existing federal and private student loans. In the U.S., student loan debt has surpassed $1.5 trillion and it plagues nearly 44 million Americans.
Over the last few decades, our system of robust public investments that helped previous generations succeed was replaced with a student loan trap – one that imprisons students with unexpectedly high interest rates, unfair penalties, and predatory debt collection
practices. These deceptive practices are designed to solely benefit private corporate lenders like Navient and Sallie Mae.

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Cosponsor the Social Security Administration Accountability Act of 2019

Over the past few decades, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has consolidated or closed over 120 field offices –

a 10 percent reduction – without providing local communities or Congress sufficient notification or justification. Consequently, communities already suffering from long wait times and backlogs are now left with little or no access to services.

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Halt Tax Increases for Sick, Disabled, and Older Americans!

With health care costs continuously rising each year, older Americans who live on a fixed income are disproportionately impacted by these increasing costs. According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation report, 1 out of every 10 Medicare recipients spend
nearly 60% of their income on health care.1 Addressing these soaring costs is critical to ensuring that all Americans have access to affordable health care options.

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Cosponsor the “Veterans Health Savings Account Act”

I invite you to cosponsor the Veterans Health Savings Account Act of 2019, an important amendment to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. This legislation will provide all Veterans the eligibility to make uninterrupted contributions to health savings accounts
(HSA) and receive medical benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Senator Todd Young will introduce a Senate companion bill.

Read More

Cosponsor the Social Security Administration Accountability Act of 2019

Over the past few decades, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has consolidated or closed over 120 field offices –

a 10 percent reduction – without providing local communities or Congress sufficient notification or justification. Consequently, communities already suffering from long wait times and backlogs are now left with little or no access to services.

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Reintroduction of the Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act

We live in an increasingly digitized world. Digital goods and services make consumption of entertainment media more convenient and have a lighter carbon footprint than their tangible analogs. In addition, many vital health, education, and computer systems
have turned to digital goods and services to increase the reliability and efficiency of access to important data.

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Cosponsor the “Veterans Health Savings Account Act”

I invite you to cosponsor the Veterans Health Savings Account Act of 2019, an important amendment to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. This legislation will provide all Veterans the eligibility to make uninterrupted contributions to health savings accounts
(HSA) and receive medical benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Senator Todd Young will introduce a Senate companion bill.

Read More

Cosponsor the Social Security Administration Accountability Act of 2019

Over the past few decades, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has consolidated or closed over 120 field offices –

a 10 percent reduction – without providing local communities or Congress sufficient notification or justification. Consequently, communities already suffering from long wait times and backlogs are now left with little or no access to services.

Read More