Help Stop Notario Fraud!

We invite you to co-sponsor
H.R. 912, the Protecting Immigrants from Legal Exploitation Act. Too often, immigrants are defrauded when seeking out legal services. Even worse, many immigrants are unable to stay in this country or legally return due to fraudulent or negligent legal services.

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Join the Bipartisan Effort to Expand Access to Addiction Treatment – Cosponsor the Bipartisan Medicaid CARE Act!

Many of our states have been hard hit by drastic
increases in drug overdose deaths in recent years. The number of deaths from heroin overdoses has more than tripled since 2010. Yet according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2014, less than 12 percent of the 21.5 million
Americans suffering with a substance use disorder received specialty treatment. We would not accept treatment rates this low for other diseases. 

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Lunch Briefing: Lasers for America

Please join internationally recognized scientists and representatives from American industry at a briefing to learn about the current state of laser science and technology development, the key role lasers play in U.S. innovation and economic competitiveness,
and how the nation can maintain U.S. preeminence in laser technology.

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Lunch Briefing: Lasers for America

Please join internationally recognized scientists and representatives from American industry at a briefing to learn about the current state of laser science and technology development, the key role lasers play in U.S. innovation and economic competitiveness,
and how the nation can maintain U.S. preeminence in laser technology.

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Immigrants Should Know Their Rights

We are writing to encourage you to become a co-sponsor of
H.R. 913, the Immigrant Detainee Legal Rights Act. This important legislation will help to address one of the most egregious human rights and due process violations in immigration detention, while saving taxpayer money.

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Join the Bipartisan Effort to Expand Access to Addiction Treatment – Cosponsor the Bipartisan Medicaid CARE Act!

Many of our states have been hard hit by drastic
increases in drug overdose deaths in recent years. The number of deaths from heroin overdoses has more than tripled since 2010. Yet according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2014, less than 12 percent of the 21.5 million
Americans suffering with a substance use disorder received specialty treatment. We would not accept treatment rates this low for other diseases. 
Current Medicaid policy, known as the IMD Exclusion, has the unintended consequence of limiting treatment for the most vulnerable populations. Medicaid beneficiaries are prescribed painkillers at twice the rate of non-Medicaid patients, and nearly one-third
of the Medicaid expansion population has a behavioral health disorder—but old Medicaid rules undermine recent coverage gains. This is why we introduced H.R. 2687, the Medicaid Coverage for Addiction Recovery Expansion (CARE) Act.

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Protecting Immigrants from Legal Fraud

We invite you to co-sponsor H.R. 912, the Protecting Immigrants from Legal Exploitation Act. Too often, immigrants are defrauded when seeking out legal services. Even worse, many immigrants are unable to stay in this country or legally return due to fraudulent
or negligent legal services.

Read More

Lunch Briefing: Lasers for America

Please join internationally recognized scientists and representatives from American industry at a briefing to learn about the current state of laser science and technology development, the key role lasers play in U.S. innovation and economic competitiveness,
and how the nation can maintain U.S. preeminence in laser technology.

Read More

Join the Bipartisan Effort to Expand Access to Addiction Treatment – Cosponsor the Bipartisan Medicaid CARE Act!

Many of our states have been hard hit by drastic
increases in drug overdose deaths in recent years. The number of deaths from heroin overdoses has more than tripled since 2010. Yet according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2014, less than 12 percent of the 21.5 million
Americans suffering with a substance use disorder received specialty treatment. We would not accept treatment rates this low for other diseases. 
Current Medicaid policy, known as the IMD Exclusion, has the unintended consequence of limiting treatment for the most vulnerable populations. Medicaid beneficiaries are prescribed painkillers at twice the rate of non-Medicaid patients, and nearly one-third
of the Medicaid expansion population has a behavioral health disorder—but old Medicaid rules undermine recent coverage gains. This is why we introduced H.R. 2687, the Medicaid Coverage for Addiction Recovery Expansion (CARE) Act.

Read More

Join the Bipartisan Effort to Expand Access to Addiction Treatment – Cosponsor the Bipartisan Medicaid CARE Act!

Many of our states have been hard hit by drastic
increases in drug overdose deaths in recent years. The number of deaths from heroin overdoses has more than tripled since 2010. Yet according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2014, less than 12 percent of the 21.5 million
Americans suffering with a substance use disorder received specialty treatment. We would not accept treatment rates this low for other diseases. 
Current Medicaid policy, known as the IMD Exclusion, has the unintended consequence of limiting treatment for the most vulnerable populations. Medicaid beneficiaries are prescribed painkillers at twice the rate of non-Medicaid patients, and nearly one-third
of the Medicaid expansion population has a behavioral health disorder—but old Medicaid rules undermine recent coverage gains. This is why we introduced H.R. 2687, the Medicaid Coverage for Addiction Recovery Expansion (CARE) Act.

Read More