Join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation
and opposing discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ
appropriations amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

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Prevent Unauthorized Military Action in Venezuela

We have all watched in horror as the Maduro regime has destroyed Venezuela’s economy, starved its people, and engaged in widespread corruption and repression. We all want a better future for the people of Venezuela. However, like many of you, I am concerned
by reports that the Trump Administration is considering a military option in Venezuela. The Administration does not have authorization to use military force in Venezuela and it would be illegal under U.S. law, inappropriate, and foolhardy to attempt a military
intervention to resolve the crisis there. The American people do not want another U.S. military intervention overseas.

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Join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation and opposing
discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ appropriations
amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

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Join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation
and opposing discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ
appropriations amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

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Equality Act: Become an Original Cosponsor

While the LGBT community has made historic gains in recent years, LGBT Americans in most states still lack basic legal protections against discrimination.  Every day, millions of LGBT
Americans face the danger of being denied a job or a home just because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.  

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Reauthorize the Assault Weapons Ban

Six of the ten deadliest mass shootings in recent American history have involved an assault weapon that would have been banned for purchase under the previous assault weapons ban, which expired in 2004. Since the assault weapons ban lapsed, the U.S.  has
seen the number of mass shootings and fatalities increase as the popularity of military-style assault weapons has grown. In the most recent mass shooting, a shooter used 4 guns, including a lawfully purchased AR-15 assault rifle, to take the lives of 11 congregants
at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  In February 2018, a 19-year-old gunman legally purchased an AR-15-style assault rifle in the two weeks before he killed 17 students and faculty members at a high school in Parkland, Florida. A gunman
legally purchased an AR-15 rifle in the year before—killing 58 people and wounding almost 500 people in Las Vegas, Nevada in October 2017. The gunman who took the lives of 49 people in June 2016 at Pulse Nightclub purchased an AR-15 assault rifle just days
before the shooting.

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Join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation and opposing
discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ appropriations
amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

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Join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the bipartisan Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation
and opposing discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ
appropriations amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

Read More

Equality Act: Become an Original Cosponsor

While the LGBT community has made historic gains in recent years, LGBT Americans in most states still lack basic legal protections against discrimination.  Every day, millions of LGBT
Americans face the danger of being denied a job or a home just because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.  

Read More

Join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

We invite you to join the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in the 116th Congress. Founded in 2008, the LGBT Equality Caucus is comprised of those Members of Congress who share the goal of advancing LGBTQ equality through legislation and opposing
discrimination against the LGBTQ community. In the 115th Congress, the bipartisan LGBT Equality Caucus had 123 Members and led the charge on some of the most important issues in the fight for LGBTQ equality including opposing anti-LGBTQ appropriations
amendments, pushing back against discriminatory directives from the executive branch, and pushing for passage of landmark LGBTQ civil rights legislation like the Equality Act.

Read More