Results for the tag Dennis A. Ross

Sign Letter to Chinese President Xi Urging the Release of Prisoners of Conscience

  From: The Honorable Dennis A. Ross Sent By: melissa.robel@mail.house.gov Date: 9/14/2016 Sign Letter to Chinese President Xi Urging the Release of Prisoners of Conscience   Dear Colleague,   I know you share my commitment to upholding the human right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. A constituent of Florida District 15 sought help […]

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Join the House RV Caucus Today

We invite you to join the House Recreation Vehicle (RV) Caucus. This caucus was formed to celebrate a truly American product and way of life, as well as an economic engine that helps move America.

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Cosponsor H.R. 5026, the National Cybercrime Policy Act

Despite the growing number of cyber threats, the private sector and federal government continue to face cyber attacks from hackers and state actors on a daily basis.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the Contain Ebola and Stop the Epidemic Act

Dear Colleague:

On September 20, 2014, a Liberian man named Thomas Eric Duncan departed Liberia and arrived in Dallas, Texas. Duncan was infected with the Ebola virus before he entered our country and passed away while being treated at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Now, two Dallas nurses who treated Duncan have tested positive for Ebola. President Obama’s comments that it is “highly unlikely” that Ebola would reach our shores has proven exactly wrong.

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Rep. Ross Introduces the Pay for Success Affordable Housing Energy Modernization Act of 2014, HR 5104

From: The Honorable Dennis A. Ross Sent By: christa.johnson@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 5104 Date: 7/15/2014 Dear Colleague: Congressmen Ross (R-FL), Himes (D-CT), Duffy (R-WI), Cleaver (D-MO), Delaney (D-MD), and Congresswoman Wagner (R-MO) recently introduced the Pay for Success Affordable Housing Energy Modernization Act of 2014, or HR 5104. Currently, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) spends […]

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