New Title IX Legislation/Department of ED’s Announcement

Last week the Department of Education announced that it is opening up a formal notice and comment period to replace the 2011 Title IX guidance that clarified the responsibilities of colleges and universities already included in Title IX with respect to sexual
violence on college campuses. The Department of Education based the 2011 guidance on
existing legal precedent and previous guidance released by both Republican and Democratic administrations.

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New Title IX Legislation/Department of ED’s Announcement

Last week the Department of Education announced that it is opening up a formal notice and comment period to replace the 2011 Title IX guidance that clarified the responsibilities of colleges and universities already included in Title IX with respect to sexual
violence on college campuses. The Department of Education based the 2011 guidance on
existing legal precedent and previous guidance released by both Republican and Democratic administrations.

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New Title IX Legislation/Department of ED’s Announcement

Last week the Department of Education announced that it is opening up a formal notice and comment period to replace the 2011 Title IX guidance that clarified the responsibilities of colleges and universities already included in Title IX with respect to sexual
violence on college campuses. The Department of Education based the 2011 guidance on
existing legal precedent and previous guidance released by both Republican and Democratic administrations.

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7th Annual Muslims for Life Campaign Blood Drive

As co-chairs of the Congressional Ahmadiyya Caucus, we want to draw your attention to an invitation you should have already received from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA. On Monday, September 11
from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Rayburn Foyer,
the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA cordially invites you to the seventh annual
Muslims for Life Campaign Blood Drive. This blood drive is being hosted in partnership with the American Red Cross.

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FINAL CALL FOR ORIGINAL COSPONSORS: Stop Cyber Cooperation with Russia

During their meeting at the G-20 Summit, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the establishment of a bilateral “unit” focused on cybersecurity issues, “so that election hacking, & many other negative things, will be guarded.” This
proposal has drawn substantial criticism from both parties, for good reason: Putin continues to deny any role in interfering in the 2016 Presidential election, despite all evidence to the contrary. Further, Russia is escalating its cyberattacks on our critical
infrastructure – including, as recently reported, on our nuclear facilities. Entering into a cooperative cybersecurity agreement with Russia at this time could harm our national security while sending the wrong message to our allies, partners, and adversaries.

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