Sign a Letter to Secretary DeVos to Prioritize Efforts to Combat Sexual Violence and Harassment in K-12 Schools (v. 2)

Protecting young people from sexual and dating violence is a priority for us all.  However, more can be done to equip our K-12 schools with the resources and training to address these issues at the onset.  Continued attention to training and overall knowledge
of Title IX will prepare our K-12 schools and faculty to address their obligations under the law and maintain their commitment to protecting our students from harm. 

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Sign a Letter to Secretary DeVos Prioritizing Efforts to Combat Sexual Violence and Harassment in K-12 Schools (v. 2)

Protecting young people from sexual and dating violence is a priority for us all.  However, more can be done to equip our K-12 schools with the resources and training to address these issues at the onset.  Continued attention to training and overall knowledge
of Title IX will prepare our K-12 schools and faculty to address their obligations under the law and maintain their commitment to protecting our students from harm. 

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Sign a Letter to Secretary DeVos to Prioritize Efforts to Combat Sexual Violence and Harassment in K-12 Schools.

Protecting young people from sexual and dating violence is a priority for us all.  However, more can be done to equip our K-12 schools with the resources and training to address these issues at the onset.  Continued attention to training and overall knowledge
of Title IX will prepare our K-12 schools and faculty to address their obligations under the law and maintain their commitment to protecting our students from harm. 

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Sign a Letter to Secretary DeVos Prioritizing Efforts to Combat Sexual Violence and Harassment in K-12 Schools

Protecting young people from sexual and dating violence is a priority for us all.  However, more can be done to equip our K-12 schools with the resources and training to address these issues at the onset.  Continued attention to training and overall knowledge
of Title IX will prepare our K-12 schools and faculty to address their obligations under the law and maintain their commitment to protecting our students from harm. 

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Closing Monday: Promoting Trade Deal Transparency

One of the things that has become clear to a number of us on both sides of the aisle is that working men and women in this country have become increasingly concerned bad trade deals that they believe have shipped U.S. jobs overseas. They worry that something
could happen to their own job at any moment. They have witnessed the decline of the American manufacturing base, increasing trade deficits with many countries, and the impact all of this is having in small town after small town in many of our districts.

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Cosponsor the Promoting Transparency in Trade Act (v. 5)

One of the things that has become clear to a number of us on both sides of the aisle is that working men and women in this country have become increasingly concerned bad trade deals that they believe have shipped U.S. jobs overseas. They worry that something
could happen to their own job at any moment. They have witnessed the decline of the American manufacturing base, increasing trade deficits with many countries, and the impact all of this is having in small town after small town in many of our districts.

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Cosponsor the Promoting Transparency in Trade Act (v. 4)

One of the things that has become clear to a number of us on both sides of the aisle is that working men and women in this country have become increasingly concerned bad trade deals that they believe have shipped U.S. jobs overseas. They worry that something
could happen to their own job at any moment. They have witnessed the decline of the American manufacturing base, increasing trade deficits with many countries, and the impact all of this is having in small town after small town in many of our districts.

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Cosponsor the Promoting Transparency in Trade Act (v. 3)

One of the things that has become clear to a number of us on both sides of the aisle is that working men and women in this country have become increasingly concerned bad trade deals that they believe have shipped U.S. jobs overseas. They worry that something
could happen to their own job at any moment. They have witnessed the decline of the American manufacturing base, increasing trade deficits with many countries, and the impact all of this is having in small town after small town in many of our districts.

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