Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become a cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act (H.R. 5068), which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become a cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act (H.R. 5068), which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become a cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act (H.R. 5068), which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Cosponsor Bill to Increase Federal Employee Recruitment and Retention

Please cosponsor the Federal Employee Recruitment and Retention Plan Act of 2019 (H.R. 5099), which would require the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to develop, within three months of enactment of this bill, a plan for recruiting and retaining workers
to the federal service.  With the aging of the federal workforce, this bill is more important than ever.

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become a cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act (H.R. 5068), which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become an original cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act, which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Participate in a Special Order to Bring Austin Tice Home, Today

Please join us today for a Special Order to call attention to the injustice of Austin Tice’s seven-year detention in Syria.  In August 2012, Austin Tice – a journalist, Marine Corps veteran, graduate of Georgetown University, National Merit Finalist and
an Eagle Scout – was detained in Syria and continues to be held under uncertain terms. 

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become an original cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act, which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

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Cosponsor the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act

Please become an original cosponsor of the Women Who Worked on the Home Front World War II Memorial Act, which would authorize the establishment of a memorial on federal land in the District of Columbia commemorating the efforts of the 18 million American
women who kept the home front running during World War II.   Women are dramatically underrepresented in our memorials. 

Read More