Next Generation 911 Briefing

  From: The Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Matthew.McMurray@mail.house.gov Date: 9/22/2016 Next Generation 911 Briefing What is NG911 and Why Should Congress Care?   Dear Colleague, As Co-Chairs of the Congressional NextGen 911 Caucus, we invite you to join us for a briefing from the Next generation 911 Institute on the state of 911 […]

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The FCC’s Updated Cable Box Proposal: Setting the Record Straight

From: The Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: scott.wilson@mail.house.gov Date: 9/21/2016 Dear Colleague, Each year our constituents pay an average of $231 for the “privilege” of renting set-top boxes from their cable providers. These box fees result in a $20 billion annual windfall for the industry. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 instructed the Federal Communications […]

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Presidential Candidates Should Disclose Tax Returns (v. 5)

I invite you to cosponsor H.R. 5386, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act. This bipartisan bill requires presidential nominees of major political parties to file their previous three years of federal tax returns with the Federal Election Commission within 15 days of receiving their party’s nomination. This bill is the companion legislation to S. 2979, introduced by Senator Ron Wyden.

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Presidential Candidates Should Disclose Tax Returns (v. 3)

I invite you to cosponsor H.R. 5386, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act. This bill requires presidential nominees of major political parties to file their previous three years of federal tax returns with the Federal Election Commission within 15 days of receiving their party’s nomination.

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Require Presidential Candidates to Disclose Tax Returns (v. 2)

I invite you to be an original cosponsor of the House companion legislation to S. 2979, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, which I will introduce when the House returns this week. The bill requires presidential nominees of major political parties to file their previous three years of federal tax returns with the Federal Election Commission within 15 days of receiving their party’s nomination.

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2016 Congressional App Challenge Announcements

As Co-Chairs of the Congressional Internet Caucus, we’re excited about the launch of the 2016 Congressional App Challenge (CAC), an initiative to inspire students across the country to learn about STEM education and coding. This year the CAC will run from July 18th through November 2nd.

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