COSPONSOR H.R. 1507: The Bicycle Commuter Act of 2019

Please join me as a cosponsor of H.R. 1507, the Bicycle Commuter Act of 2019.
This bipartisan legislation will reinstate the bicycle commuter tax benefit, modify the benefit to be used in concert with parking and transit benefits, and expand the bicycle benefit to include bikeshare and electric bikes.

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COSPONSOR H.R. 2825, the Historic Tax Credit Growth and Opportunity (HTC-GO) Act of 2019

Please join us as a cosponsor of H.R. 2825, the Historic Tax Credit Growth and Opportunity (HTC-GO) Act of 2019. This legislation builds off of the success of the Historic Tax Credit by making improvements to increase the value and attractiveness of the
credit for smaller rehabilitation projects. These changes represent long overdue updates to the HTC that will make it more accessible, affordable, and efficient for projects of all sizes by:

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COSPONSOR: H.R. 2796, The Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2019

Please join us as a cosponsor of H.R. 2796, the Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2019. This legislation would authorize 4,000 new Special Immigrant Visas and require the State Department to report to Congress on the obstacles to protecting
Iraqi and Afghan allies and suggestions for improving the program.

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COSPONSOR: H.R. 2705, the Water Infrastructure Trust Fund Act of 2019

Please join me as a cosponsor of H.R. 2705, the Water Infrastructure Trust Fund Act of 2019. H.R. 2705 provides a small, deficit-neutral source of revenue to help states replace, repair, and rehabilitate critical clean and drinking water
facilities. Half of the trust fund revenue will be distributed to local governments as grants and loans through the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) for wastewater treatment construction, while the other half will be distributed through the Drinking
Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) to finance projects to meet federal drinking water standards. The Water Infrastructure Trust Fund will be capitalized by a voluntary labeling and fee system, to which businesses that rely on a clean water source can opt-in.
Participating businesses would include a small label on their products indicating their commitment to protecting America’s clean water, contributing $0.03 to the trust fund per labelled unit. Businesses and products that could take advantage of the labeling
system include: water-based beverages, products disposed of in wastewater, and pharmaceuticals.

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