Results for the tag Debra A. Haaland

Meet Brazilian Women Members of Congress This Week At Multiple Briefings

It is our distinct pleasure to inform you that this week, February 26th and February 27th, three Members of the Brazilian Congress will be visiting Congress. They will be on the Hill discussing a wide
range of policy issues – from foreign affairs, indigenous rights, Afro-Brazilian rights, the plight of the Amazon, climate change, women’s rights, and labor.

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Join Us as a Cosponsor to HRes 720 to Restore the Olympic Records of Jim Thorpe

Recently, Jim. Thorpe was named #5 on the list of
150 Greatest Players in College Football’s 150 Year History by ESPN. This follows an

emotional ceremony at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City in December, where Jim Thorpe was honored as the first President of the NFL 100 years ago. We invite you to join us as a co-sponsor of H.Res. 720 – A resolution recognizing the achievements
of James “Jim” Thorpe and requesting that the International Olympic Committee re-instate his 1912 Olympic records as a sole gold medal winner.

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Cosponsor the Native Women’s Maternal Health Resolution (H. Res. 735)

Please join Congresswoman Haaland as a co-sponsor on the Native Women’s Maternal Health resolution to shed light on the maternal health crisis among indigenous women in the United States. This resolution addresses the critical need to reduce
the excessively high rates of mortality and morbidity among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women and calls for urgent prioritization and federal funding changes to ensure indigenous women have access to comprehensive and culturally competent
maternal health care and family planning services. This resolution works to do the following to address this crisis:

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Cosponsor the Not Invisible Act of 2019 (HR 2438)

Native American and Alaskan Native women and girls experience a heightened risk of human trafficking and violence due to systemic vulnerabilities such as the chronic lack of programmatic resources available to tribal governments for adequate public safety
and victim services. Due to this, the silent crisis of missing murdered indigenous women has devastated families and communities further adding to the generational trauma originating from failed federal termination and assimilation policies. 

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Cosponsor the Universal Child Care and Early Learning Act H.R. 3315

Please join me in cosponsoring H.R.3315, the Universal Child Care and Early Learning Act. The bill would ensure that every family has access to high-quality, affordable child care and early learning opportunities by establishing a network
of federally supported, locally administered child care options.

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Watching the Game This Week? Join Us as a Cosponsor to HRes 720 to Restore the Olympic Records of Jim Thorpe

Recently, Jim. Thorpe was named #5 on the list of
150 Greatest Players in College Football’s 150 Year History by ESPN. This follows an

emotional ceremony at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City in December, where Jim Thorpe was honored as the first President of the NFL 100 years ago. 

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Join Me as a Cosponsor for H.Res. 720 to Restore the Olympic Records of Jim Thorpe

Please join us as a co-sponsor of this resolution recognizing the achievements of James “Jim” Thorpe and requesting that the International Olympic Committee re-instate his 1912 Olympic records as a sole gold medal winner.

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Watching the Game This Week? Join Us as a Cosponsor for Resolution to Restore the Olympic Records of Jim Thorpe

This past week, Jim. Thorpe was named #5 on the list of
150 Greatest Players in College Football’s 150 Year History by ESPN. This follows an

emotional ceremony at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City in December, where Jim Thorpe was honored as the first President of the NFL 100 years ago. 

Read Full Entry →

Join Me as a Cosponsor for Resolution to Restore the Olympic Records of Jim Thorpe

Please join us as a co-sponsor of this resolution recognizing the achievements of James “Jim” Thorpe and requesting that the International Olympic Committee re-instate his 1912 Olympic records as a sole gold medal winner.

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Cosponsor the Native Women’s Maternal Health Resolution (H. Res. 735)

Please join Congresswoman Haaland as a co-sponsor on the Native Women’s Maternal Health resolution (H. Res. 735) to shed light on the maternal health crisis among indigenous women in the United States. This resolution addresses the critical
need to reduce the excessively high rates of mortality and morbidity among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women and calls for urgent prioritization and federal funding changes to ensure indigenous women have access to comprehensive and
culturally competent maternal health care and family planning services. This resolution works to do the following to address this crisis:

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