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Cosponsor the Online Privacy Act

We invite you to cosponsor H.R. 4978, the Online Privacy Act. This is bold and comprehensive legislation to secure the privacy of every American. As Representatives of Silicon Valley, we’re proud of the countless innovations that have improved the
lives of billions that originate in our region. We also recognize that our country needs a comprehensive privacy law.

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Cosponsor the Online Privacy Act

We invite you to cosponsor H.R. 4978, the Online Privacy Act. This is bold and comprehensive legislation to secure the privacy of every American. As Representatives of Silicon Valley, we’re proud of the countless innovations that have improved the
lives of billions that originate in our region. We also recognize that our country needs a comprehensive privacy law.

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Cosponsor the Online Privacy Act

We invite you to cosponsor H.R. 4978, the Online Privacy Act. This is bold and comprehensive legislation to secure the privacy of every American. As Representatives of Silicon Valley, we’re proud of the countless innovations that have improved the
lives of billions that originate in our region. We also recognize that our country needs a comprehensive privacy law.

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Cosponsor the Online Privacy Act

We invite you to cosponsor H.R. 4978, the Online Privacy Act. This is bold and comprehensive legislation to secure the privacy of every American. As Representatives of Silicon Valley, we’re proud of the countless innovations that have improved the
lives of billions that originate in our region. We also recognize that our country needs a comprehensive privacy law.

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Cosponsor Resolution Recognizing the Armenian Genocide

Between 1915 and 1923, 1.5 million Armenians and hundreds of thousands of Greeks, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Syriacs, Arameans, Maronites, and other Christians were brutally and systematically slaughtered at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. Members of my own
family were among those murdered. My mother escaped with my grandmother from Armenia, and my father, an Assyrian Christian, was driven from the Middle East. Both carried the terror of the atrocities of the Ottoman Turks for a lifetime.
The Armenian Genocide was the first Genocide of the 20th century and despite overwhelming evidence documenting this dark chapter in human history, the Republic of Turkey has denied its existence and has worked to whitewash the past and pressure U.S. policymakers
to refrain from using the term ‘genocide’ to describe the deliberate annihilation of 1.5 million Armenians and other minorities. Congress has the opportunity to rise to the occasion and correct this injustice and do what 49 U.S. states and 14 NATO Allies have
already done: formally recognize the murder of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as genocide.
As the only Armenian-Assyrian Member of Congress, I urge you to honor the countless individuals who were taken and join 112 of your colleagues in cosponsoring H.Res. 296, a bipartisan resolution formally recognizing the Armenian Genocide. If you would like
to cosponsor, you can contact Matt McMurray of my staff at
matthew.mcmurray@mail.house.gov.

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Cosponsor Resolution Recognizing the Armenian Genocide

Between 1915 and 1923, 1.5 million Armenians and hundreds of thousands of Greeks, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Syriacs, Arameans, Maronites, and other Christians were brutally and systematically slaughtered at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. Members of my own
family were among those murdered. My mother escaped with my grandmother from Armenia, and my father, an Assyrian Christian, was driven from the Middle East. Both carried the terror of the atrocities of the Ottoman Turks for a lifetime.
The Armenian Genocide was the first Genocide of the 20th century and despite overwhelming evidence documenting this dark chapter in human history, the Republic of Turkey has denied its existence and has worked to whitewash the past and pressure U.S. policymakers
to refrain from using the term ‘genocide’ to describe the deliberate annihilation of 1.5 million Armenians and other minorities. Congress has the opportunity to rise to the occasion and correct this injustice and do what 49 U.S. states and 14 NATO Allies have
already done: formally recognize the murder of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as genocide.
As the only Armenian-Assyrian Member of Congress, I urge you to honor the countless individuals who were taken and join 112 of your colleagues in cosponsoring H.Res. 296, a bipartisan resolution formally recognizing the Armenian Genocide. If you would like
to cosponsor, you can contact Matt McMurray of my staff at matthew.mcmurray@mail.house.gov.

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Empower Municipalities to Get Connected: Cosponsor the Community Broadband Act

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Organizations supporting the Community Broadband Act: U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National League of Cities, Next Century Cities, the National Association of Counties, the Institute for Local Self Reliance, Coalition for Local Internet Choice, the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, the Telecommunications Industry Association, the Utilities […]

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New Consumer Report Study finds 24% of average cable bills are not included in advertised prices: Cosponsor TRUE Fees Act

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Supporting Groups. This bill is endorsed by Consumer Reports; the National Association of Broadcasters; Public Knowledge; the Consumer Federation of America; New America’s Open Technology Institute; Truth in Advertising, and the National Consumer Law Center, on behalf of its low-income clients.  Cosponsors (45). Reps. Axne, Beatty, Beyer, Bishop, Blumenauer, Brindisi, Brownley, Carbajal, […]

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Cosponsor Bipartisan ‘Dig Once’ Legislation to Expand Broadband

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Cosponsors (19): Reps. Axne, Chris Collins, Costa, DeGette, DelBene, Finkenauer, Garamendi, Huffman, Lujan, Matsui, McCollum, McKinley*, Pingree, Pocan, Rush, Stivers, Swalwell, Thompson, and Tipton

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Cosponsor Bipartisan ‘Dig Once’ Legislation to Expand Broadband

Sending Office: Honorable Anna G. Eshoo Sent By: Asad.Ramzanali@mail.house.gov Cosponsors (19): Reps. Axne, Chris Collins, Costa, DeGette, DelBene, Finkenauer, Garamendi, Huffman, Lujan, Matsui, McCollum, McKinley*, Pingree, Pocan, Rush, Stivers, Swalwell, Thompson, and Tipton

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