Sign Letter Urging Procurement Reforms at USAID that Allow Credit Union Organizations to Compete

I am writing to request your signature on the attached letter to the Honorable Mark Green, Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), urging the Agency to complete its procurement reform process in a manner that ensures that
a fair and substantial proportion of awards and contracts made by USAID are awarded to small, U.S.-based not-for-profit and civil-society based organizations, including credit union organizations. 

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Sign Letter Urging Procurement Reforms at USAID that Allow Credit Union Organizations to Compete

I am writing to request your signature on the attached letter to the Honorable Mark Green, Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), urging the Agency to complete its procurement reform process in a manner that ensures that
a fair and substantial proportion of awards and contracts made by USAID are awarded to small, U.S.-based not-for-profit and civil-society based organizations, including credit union organizations. 

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Sign Letter Urging Procurement Reforms at USAID that Allow Credit Union Organizations to Compete

I am writing to request your signature on the attached letter to the Honorable Mark Green, Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), urging the Agency to complete its procurement reform process in a manner that ensures that
a fair and substantial proportion of awards and contracts made by USAID are awarded to small, U.S.-based not-for-profit and civil-society based organizations, including credit union organizations. 

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Co-Sponsor the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Act of 2019

There is a growing bipartisan recognition that America faces a comprehensive challenge from China. To ensure our strategies for addressing China’s rise are sound, and to ensure effective oversight, please join us in co-sponsoring the

U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Act of 2019. This legislation— which was introduced in the Senate by Senators Chris Coons (D-DE), Mitt Romney (R-UT), and Tim Kaine (D-KA)— harnesses the resources of at least ten government agencies to help
counter China’s multifaceted challenge to the United States.

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Preventing a Saudi Nuclear Bomb

As CNN and Washington Post have reported, Saudi Arabia will soon be able to build the ballistic missiles it needs to deliver a nuclear weapon. This is one more reason why we need to oppose a Saudi nuclear program unless Congress determines that
there are adequate safeguards, and that it is in our national interest.

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Co-Sponsor H.Res.543: A Resolution Recognizing the Aspirations of the Hong Kong People

Please join us as a cosponsor of a resolution to recognize Hong Kong’s relationship with the United States, condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s growing interference in Hong Kong’s affairs, and support the people of Hong Kong’s right to protest. This resolution
calls on the Hong Kong government, and all governments, to protect the rights of freedom of expression and peaceful assembly; to condemn all acts of violence against those seeking to further their democratic rights; and, to refrain from the use of violence.

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Co-Sponsor H.Res.543: A Resolution Recognizing the Aspirations of the Hong Kong People

Please join us as a cosponsor of a resolution to recognize Hong Kong’s relationship with the United States, condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s growing interference in Hong Kong’s affairs, and support the people of Hong Kong’s right to protest. This resolution
calls on the Hong Kong government, and all governments, to protect the rights of freedom of expression and peaceful assembly; to condemn all acts of violence against those seeking to further their democratic rights; and, to refrain from the use of violence.

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Co-Sponsor H.Res.543: A Resolution Recognizing the Aspirations of the Hong Kong People

Please join us as a cosponsor of a resolution to recognize Hong Kong’s relationship with the United States, condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s growing interference in Hong Kong’s affairs, and support the people of Hong Kong’s right to protest. This resolution
calls on the Hong Kong government, and all governments, to protect the rights of freedom of expression and peaceful assembly; to condemn all acts of violence against those seeking to further their democratic rights; and, to refrain from the use of violence.

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Co-Sponsor H.Res.543: A Resolution Recognizing the Aspirations of the Hong Kong People

Please join us as a cosponsor of a resolution to recognize Hong Kong’s relationship with the United States, condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s growing interference in Hong Kong’s affairs, and support the people of Hong Kong’s right to protest. This resolution
calls on the Hong Kong government, and all governments, to protect the rights of freedom of expression and peaceful assembly; to condemn all acts of violence against those seeking to further their democratic rights; and, to refrain from the use of violence.

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