Help fight rare diseases by becoming a cosponsor of the bipartisan RARE Act (H.R. 4228)!

Please join Rep. Richard Hudson (NC-R-8) and I and become a cosponsor of the
Rare diseases Advancement, Research, and Education (RARE) Act (H.R. 4228) in the 116th Congress. This bipartisan bill will expand the ability of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC)
to study rare diseases by improving treatment, research, and diagnostics of rare diseases through new and existing programs. This legislation has been endorsed by 139 patient groups.

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Cosponsor H.R. 3588 END Network Abuse Act of 2019

I invite you to join as a cosponsor of the END Network Abuse Act. This bicameral, bipartisan legislation is an important step towards investing in the Department of Defense (DoD) and preventing the misuse of DoD computers, facilities, and equipment
to access and trade child pornography.

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Help fight rare diseases by becoming a cosponsor of the bipartisan RARE Act (H.R. 4228)!

Please join Rep. Richard Hudson (NC-R-8) and I and become a cosponsor of the
Rare diseases Advancement, Research, and Education (RARE) Act (H.R. 4228) in the 116th Congress. This bipartisan bill will expand the ability of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC)
to study rare diseases by improving treatment, research, and diagnostics of rare diseases through new and existing programs. This legislation has been endorsed by 139 patient groups.

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Cosponsor the Secure 5G and Beyond Act (H.R. 2881)

The United States has long been responsible for the groundbreaking achievements of the digital age. However, the growing prominence of 5G telecommunications systems in China and abroad, particularly through Huawei, should concern all Americans. The Chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford called the potential risks of a Chinese-built 5G network, “a critical national security issue”. NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) assessed that Huawei’s technology could be exploited
by China to engage in espionage, monitor foreign corporations and governments, and support Chinese military operations.

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