COSPONSOR H.RES. 517 REAFFIRMING COMMITMENT TO FIGHT AIDS, TB, AND MALARIA

Please join us in co-sponsoring a bipartisan resolution Supporting the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), malaria, and its Sixth Replenishment. This legislation reaffirms America’s commitment to fighting some of the most devastating diseases
the world has known: AIDS, TB and malaria. It also calls on the US to maintain its historic contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

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OPPOSE FOREIGN INTERFERENCE IN OUR ELECTIONS

President Trump recently made the outrageous comment that he would once again welcome foreign interference in our elections. This betrayal of our democracy is dangerous and un-American, and we need to send a message to anyone who might take up the President’s
offer that there will be stiff consequences. That’s why we invite you to co-sponsor the “Safeguard our Elections and Combat Unlawful Interference in Our Democracy Act,” otherwise known as the “SECURE Our Democracy Act.” This important legislation, which we
have introduced in each of the past two congresses, would hold Russia accountable for interfering in our 2016 presidential election and deter future attacks on our democracy by any foreign actor.

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Cosponsor H.R.2550, the Prevent BLEEDing Act

In August 2017, the Burmese military and security forces perpetrated grave human rights abuses and unthinkable violence against ethnic Rohingya civilians in Burma’s Rakhine state. Since that time, over 740,000 Rohingya refugees, 80% of whom are women and
children, have fled to neighboring Bangladesh where they are tightly packed into one of the world’s largest refugee camps, facing extremely precarious circumstances. Almost 2 years after this crisis began, Bangladesh and the international community continue
to respond to this ongoing humanitarian crisis, while the military leaders in Burma have not been held accountable for their heinous crimes against humanity.

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Urge the Department of Commerce to Address the Emerging Recycling Crisis Created by China’s 2018 National Sword Policy

In August 2017, the Burmese military and security forces perpetrated grave human rights abuses and unthinkable violence against ethnic Rohingya civilians in Burma’s Rakhine state. Since that time, over 740,000 Rohingya refugees, 80% of whom are women and
children, have fled to neighboring Bangladesh where they are tightly packed into one of the world’s largest refugee camps, facing extremely precarious circumstances. Almost 2 years after this crisis began, Bangladesh and the international community continue
to respond to this ongoing humanitarian crisis, while the military leaders in Burma have not been held accountable for their heinous crimes against humanity.

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Cosponsor H.R. 2112 – Refund to Rainy Day Savings Act

In August 2017, the Burmese military and security forces perpetrated grave human rights abuses and unthinkable violence against ethnic Rohingya civilians in Burma’s Rakhine state. Since that time, over 740,000 Rohingya refugees, 80% of whom are women and
children, have fled to neighboring Bangladesh where they are tightly packed into one of the world’s largest refugee camps, facing extremely precarious circumstances. Almost 2 years after this crisis began, Bangladesh and the international community continue
to respond to this ongoing humanitarian crisis, while the military leaders in Burma have not been held accountable for their heinous crimes against humanity.

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Sign Letter Urging Fair Resolution for U.S. Citizen Held for Over 11 Months in Vietnam Without Justifying Evidence

In August 2017, the Burmese military and security forces perpetrated grave human rights abuses and unthinkable violence against ethnic Rohingya civilians in Burma’s Rakhine state. Since that time, over 740,000 Rohingya refugees, 80% of whom are women and
children, have fled to neighboring Bangladesh where they are tightly packed into one of the world’s largest refugee camps, facing extremely precarious circumstances. Almost 2 years after this crisis began, Bangladesh and the international community continue
to respond to this ongoing humanitarian crisis, while the military leaders in Burma have not been held accountable for their heinous crimes against humanity.

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