***LAST CALL*** Cosponsor the DISCLOSE Act of 2019

Each day more Americans are losing faith that their federal government actually works for them. More than 80% of Americans say they can’t trust Washington to do what’s right for them.  They feel like they their seat at the table has been sold to of corporate
special interests and the wealthy.  The new Democrat Congress has shown our commitment to  delivering real reforms to our political system that will restore a government of, by, and for the people of this great country.  That starts with fixing the way campaigns
are run in this country. We need to break the stranglehold that secret corporate spending has placed over our elections.

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Cosponsor the DISCLOSE Act of 2019

Each day more Americans are losing faith that their federal government actually works for them. More than 80% of Americans say they can’t trust Washington to do what’s right for them.  They feel like they their seat at the table has been sold to of corporate
special interests and the wealthy.  The new Democrat Congress has shown our commitment to  delivering real reforms to our political system that will restore a government of, by, and for the people of this great country.  That starts with fixing the way campaigns
are run in this country. We need to break the stranglehold that secret corporate spending has placed over our elections.

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Cosponsor the DISCLOSE Act of 2019

Each day more Americans are losing faith that their federal government actually works for them. More than 80% of Americans say they can’t trust Washington to do what’s right for them.  They feel like they their seat at the table has been sold to of corporate
special interests and the wealthy.  The new Democrat Congress has shown our commitment to  delivering real reforms to our political system that will restore a government of, by, and for the people of this great country.  That starts with fixing the way campaigns
are run in this country. We need to break the stranglehold that secret corporate spending has placed over our elections.

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Cosponsor the DISCLOSE Act of 2019

Each day more Americans are losing faith that their federal government actually works for them. More than 80% of Americans say they can’t trust Washington to do what’s right for them.  They feel like they their seat at the table has been sold to of corporate
special interests and the wealthy.  The new Democrat Congress has shown our commitment to  delivering real reforms to our political system that will restore a government of, by, and for the people of this great country.  That starts with fixing the way campaigns
are run in this country. We need to break the stranglehold that secret corporate spending has placed over our elections.

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Support the Equality Act

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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Cosponsor the DISCLOSE Act of 2019

Each day more Americans are losing faith that their federal government actually works for them. More than 80% of Americans say they can’t trust Washington to do what’s right for them.  They feel like they their seat at the table has been sold to of corporate
special interests and the wealthy.  The new Democrat Congress has shown our commitment to  delivering real reforms to our political system that will restore a government of, by, and for the people of this great country.  That starts with fixing the way campaigns
are run in this country. We need to break the stranglehold that secret corporate spending has placed over our elections.

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Join as Original Co-Sponsor: Financial Inclusion Act

From taxis to restaurants to grocery stores, we have seen the spread in convenience of credit card usage. But what adds convenience for some can be a barrier to others. For the many Americans unable to get credit cards or traditional checking accounts, a
“cards only” sign in a store effectively means the door is shut to them. All Americans deserve to have access to supermarkets, shops, and services, regardless of whether or not they carry plastic. Every Federal Reserve note bears the words, “This note is legal
tender for all debts, public and private.” Business should not be able to refuse legal tender.

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Join as Original Co-Sponsor: Financial Inclusion Act

From taxis to restaurants to grocery stores, we have seen the spread in convenience of credit card usage. But what adds convenience for some can be a barrier to others. For the many Americans unable to get credit cards or traditional checking accounts, a
“cards only” sign in a store effectively means the door is shut to them. All Americans deserve to have access to supermarkets, shops, and services, regardless of whether or not they carry plastic. Every Federal Reserve note bears the words, “This note is legal
tender for all debts, public and private.” Business should not be able to refuse legal tender.

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Join as Original Co-Sponsor: Financial Inclusion Act

From taxis to restaurants to grocery stores, we have seen the spread in convenience of credit card usage. But what adds convenience for some can be a barrier to others. For the many Americans unable to get credit cards or traditional checking accounts, a
“cards only” sign in a store effectively means the door is shut to them. All Americans deserve to have access to supermarkets, shops, and services, regardless of whether or not they carry plastic. Every Federal Reserve note bears the words, “This note is legal
tender for all debts, public and private.” Business should not be able to refuse legal tender.

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Join as Original Co-Sponsor: Cash Buyers Discrimination Act

From taxis to restaurants to grocery stores, we have seen the spread in convenience of credit card usage. But what adds convenience for some can be a barrier to others. For the many Americans unable to get credit cards or traditional checking accounts, a
“cards only” sign in a store effectively means the door is shut to them. All Americans deserve to have access to supermarkets, shops, and services, regardless of whether or not they carry plastic. Every Federal Reserve note bears the words, “This note is legal
tender for all debts, public and private.” Business should not be able to refuse legal tender.

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