End Period Poverty: Cosponsor Menstrual Equity For All Act

I invite you to cosponsor the Menstrual Equity For All Act.  Menstruation hygiene items, such as pads, tampons, cups, and liners, are necessary purchases for the vast majority of women. Popular culture would have you believe these products
are ubiquitous and cheap, but in truth, many women face difficulty when it comes to access and affordability. I previously wrote an op-ed in Marie Claire outlining many of these issues, which you can read here for more information:

Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them.

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Cosponsor the Mobile Mammography Promotion Act

Breast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States, resulting in approximately 41,760 deaths expected in 2019. Typically, the cancer produces no symptoms during its initial stages when it is most easily and least invasively treatable. Therefore,
one of the key aspects to fighting and surviving breast cancer is early detection.

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Help Protect Law Enforcement

Just after 1 a.m. on Sunday morning a man opened fire in downtown Dayton, Ohio. In less than a minute the shooter was able to kill 9 people and injure 27others. The weapon used by the shooter was a .223 caliber AR-15 style pistol, similar to
an AR-15 style rifle but more concealable due to its shorter barrel. These types of weapons are concealable, fire armor-piercing ammunition, and are specifically designed to circumvent the National Firearms Act (NFA), a federal law regulating the manufacture,
transfer, and possession of firearms.

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Cosponsor the Graduate Student Savings Act of 2019

Please join me as a cosponsor of the Graduate Student Savings Act of 2019, H.R. 1194.  This bipartisan bill would level the playing field for graduate students by allowing them to deposit funds from stipends or fellowships into a tax-preferred Individual
Retirement Account (IRA).

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Briefing Invite: WHAT WORKS IN POLICYMAKING

Please join Representatives Jackie Walorski (IN-2) and Ben McAdams (UT-4) for a briefing to introduce the What Works Caucus.   The recently launched bipartisan What Works Caucus was formed to develop and promote results-driven, evidence-based legislation
and partnerships that addresses our nation’s biggest challenges. It will also spotlight data-driven local, state, and federal efforts, as well as the work of private and nonprofit partners, that are helping improve results for people around the country.

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Briefing Invite: WHAT WORKS IN POLICYMAKING

Please join Representatives Jackie Walorski (IN-2) and Ben McAdams (UT-4) for a briefing to introduce the What Works Caucus.   The recently launched bipartisan What Works Caucus was formed to develop and promote results-driven, evidence-based legislation
and partnerships that addresses our nation’s biggest challenges. It will also spotlight data-driven local, state, and federal efforts, as well as the work of private and nonprofit partners, that are helping improve results for people around the country.

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