Seeking Originals: Sexual Assault should not be a Tax Break

As our national conversation continues around the prevalence of sexual harassment both in and out of the workplace, the time has come to examine and reverse policies that have enabled this behavior and allowed it to remain in the shadows for so long. That
is why I am introducing legislation entitled No Tax Deductions for Sexual Harasser Buyouts Act to strike the tax deductibility of contract buyouts in the case of sexual harassment of an employee.

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Equality Begins with the Equal Rights Amendment

It has been more than forty years since Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment. This Constitutional Amendment aims to ensure equality for women and men in all sectors of society by explicitly prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex. Unfortunately,
the ERA was just three states shy of ratification by the 1982 deadline.

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Equality Begins with the Equal Rights Amendment

It has been more than forty years since Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment. This Constitutional Amendment aims to ensure equality for women and men in all sectors of society by explicitly prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex. Unfortunately,
the ERA was just three states shy of ratification by the 1982 deadline.

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Equality Begins with the Equal Rights Amendment

It has been more than forty years since Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment. This Constitutional Amendment aims to ensure equality for women and men in all sectors of society by explicitly prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex. Unfortunately,
the ERA was just three states shy of ratification by the 1982 deadline.

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ICYMI: Ensuring We All Count

I’d like to bring to you’re attention an op-ed I wrote that appeared in Roll Call which outlines the importance of the decennial census and how far behind we are in its planning and preparation.

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