Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join us in sending a bipartisan letter to Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, MC, USN, Director, Defense Health Agency, and Thomas McCaffery, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense on the proposed elimination of over 17,000 military medical personnel
and the impact of this dramatic reduction on servicemembers and their families.

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Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join me as a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Puerto Rico Admission Act. The bill would simply admit Puerto Rico as a state within 90 days after enactment.
This historic legislation is bipartisan, respects democracy, and resolves Puerto Rico’s failed colonial status.  

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Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join me as a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Puerto Rico Admission Act. The bill would simply admit Puerto Rico as a state within 90 days after enactment.
This historic legislation is bipartisan, respects democracy, and resolves Puerto Rico’s failed colonial status.  

Read More

Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join me as a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Puerto Rico Admission Act. The bill would simply admit Puerto Rico as a state within 90 days after enactment.
This historic legislation is bipartisan, respects democracy, and resolves Puerto Rico’s failed colonial status.  

Read More

Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join me as a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Puerto Rico Admission Act. The bill would simply admit Puerto Rico as a state within 90 days after enactment. This historic legislation is bipartisan, respects democracy, and resolves Puerto Rico’s failed
colonial status.  

Read More

Let Puerto Rico Join The Union!

Please join me as a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Puerto Rico Admission Act. The bill would simply admit Puerto Rico as a state within 90 days after enactment. This historic legislation is bipartisan, respects democracy, and resolves
Puerto Rico’s failed colonial status.  

Read More

LET’S SAFEGAURD MILITARY FAMILIES!

Please join me in becoming a co-sponsor of the Protect Patriot Spouses Act. Undocumented spouses of service members are not entitled U.S. citizenship, or residence, because they married a member of the armed forces. Currently,
undocumented spouses are eligible to apply for Parole in Place (PIP), to stay in the United States while remedying their immigration status. However, this parole is granted sparingly and on a discretionary basis. This leaves numerous military spouses in legal
jeopardy and subject to deportation.

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LET’S SAFEGAURD MILITARY FAMILIES!

Please join me in becoming a co-sponsor of the Protect Patriot Spouses Act. Undocumented spouses of service members are not entitled U.S. citizenship, or residence, because they married a member of the armed forces. Currently,
undocumented spouses are eligible to apply for Parole in Place (PIP), to stay in the United States while remedying their immigration status. However, this parole is granted sparingly and on a discretionary basis. This leaves numerous military spouses in legal
jeopardy and subject to deportation.

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LET’S SAFEGAURD MILITARY FAMILIES!

Please join me in becoming a co-sponsor of the Protect Patriot Spouses Act. Undocumented spouses of service members are not entitled U.S. citizenship, or residence, because they married a member of the armed forces. Currently,
undocumented spouses are eligible to apply for Parole in Place (PIP), to stay in the United States while remedying their immigration status. However, this parole is granted sparingly and on a discretionary basis. This leaves numerous military spouses in legal
jeopardy and subject to deportation.

Read More

LET’S SAFEGAURD MILITARY FAMILIES!

Please join me in becoming a co-sponsor of the Protect Patriot Spouses Act. Undocumented spouses of service members are not entitled U.S. citizenship, or residence, because they married a member of the armed forces. Currently,
undocumented spouses are eligible to apply for Parole in Place (PIP), to stay in the United States while remedying their immigration status. However, this parole is granted sparingly and on a discretionary basis. This leaves numerous military spouses in legal
jeopardy and subject to deportation.

Read More