Cosponsor H.R. 3742, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

We’d like you invite you to join a bipartisan group of more than 160 Members (121 Democrats and 42 Republicans) and become a sponsor of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 3742). It’s not every day that a truly bipartisan solution exists to a complex
challenge, but right now—at a time when more than one-third of all U.S. species of wildlife are at heightened risk of extinction—Members have come together from across the aisle to save America’s imperiled wildlife through proactive, collaborative conservation.
The bill received overwhelming bipartisan support in the House Natural Resources Committee and was reported out 26-6, including a majority of Republican committee members voting in favor.

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DEADLINE TODAY: Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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LAST CALL: Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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DEADLINE TOMORROW: Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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Defend the Clean Water Act, Join Resolution as Original Cosponsor

Our Nation’s waterways—like the Great Lakes, Mississippi River, Everglades, Chesapeake Bay, and others—are iconic and treasured natural resources for all aspects of American life and prosperity. They serve as the source of drinking water for tens of millions
of people. They are magnets for recreation. And they support the commercial fishing, shipping, and travel industries that leads to a robust U.S. economy and good paying jobs.

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Support Extending and Re-designating TPS for Yemen

In the coming weeks, this administration will decide the fate of nearly 1,200 Yemeni men, women, and children, currently under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. This administration needs to decide whether to renew TPS for Yemen by January
4, 2020 or the designation expires on March 3, 2020—sending these Yemen citizens into harm’s way. For all those eligible and impacted by the continuing crisis in Yemen, this designation provides temporary relief and safety.

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