Cosponsor the U.S. Reciprocal Trade Act

In an open and free market, U.S. workers, who make the finest products in the world, will outcompete all comers. Unfortunately, many countries deny us a free market by refusing to compete against the U.S. on a level playing field. Tariffs and particularly
the nontariff barriers imposed on U.S. products by other countries worsens our trade deficits and puts our industries, and the workers who support them, at a competitive disadvantage in the global marketplace.

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Cosponsor the Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act

We write to you today in defense of fair sport. Doping fraud conspiracies damage the integrity of competition and defraud individuals and corporate entities who participate in international sport, including clean U.S. athletes,
sponsors, and banking institutions. The international system in place to prevent doping has fundamentally failed—it is time for the United States to step up.

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Invitation to Join the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus

We cordially invite you to join the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus for the 116th Congress.  The United States and international community have made great strides to eradicate human trafficking since the passage of the Trafficking Victims
Protection Act of 2000.  However, continued, educated efforts are needed to overcome human trafficking at home and abroad.  The most recent report of the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that more than 25 million adults and children are enslaved
at any given time.  Of these victims, the ILO estimates that 58% of forced labor victims and 99% of sex trafficking victims are women and girls.  One in four victims of modern slavery are children.

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COSPONSOR THE RODCHENKOV ANTI-DOPING ACT

We write to you today in defense of fair sport. Doping fraud conspiracies damage the integrity of competition and defraud individuals and corporate entities who participate in international sport, including clean U.S. athletes,
sponsors, and banking institutions. The international system in place to prevent doping has fundamentally failed—it is time for the United States to step up.

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