Support a $10 Million Increase for STD Prevention at CDC

Please join me in a letter to appropriators urging them to include a $10 million increase for Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevention in the final FY20 spending bill. As you know, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that
for the fifth year in a row, STDs have reached a record high. This proposed increase of $10 million for STD prevention was included in the in the House FY20 Labor, Health and Human Services (LHHS) Appropriation bill, and is long overdue, as this will be the
first increase provided to STD prevention in more than 15 years.

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Support a $10 Million Increase for STD Prevention at CDC

Please join me in a letter to appropriators urging them to include a $10 million increase for Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevention in the final FY20 spending bill. As you know, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that
for the fifth year in a row, STDs have reached a record high. This proposed increase of $10 million for STD prevention was included in the in the House FY20 Labor, Health and Human Services (LHHS) Appropriation bill, and is long overdue, as this will be the
first increase provided to STD prevention in more than 15 years.

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Support a $10 Million Increase for STD Prevention at CDC

Please join me in a letter to appropriators urging them to include a $10 million increase for Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevention in the final FY20 spending bill. As you know, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that
for the fifth year in a row, STDs have reached a record high. This proposed increase of $10 million for STD prevention was included in the in the House FY20 Labor, Health and Human Services (LHHS) Appropriation bill, and is long overdue, as this will be the
first increase provided to STD prevention in more than 15 years.

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Become and Original Cosponsor: Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

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Become and Original Cosponsor: Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

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Support Apprentices: Cosponsor the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

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Support Apprentices: Cosponsor the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

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Support Apprentices: Cosponsor the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

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Support Apprentices: Cosponsor the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

Read More

Support Apprentices: Cosponsor the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Promoting Apprentices in Public Service Act. As you know, there are currently 585,000 apprentices developing the critical skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century economy. Apprentices that successfully complete an
apprenticeship program earn a higher median annual wage than the median for all workers. In order to build upon the success that these apprenticeship programs produce, the federal government must capitalize on apprentices’ experience and provide resources
to compel more men and women to enter into these programs.

Read More