Cosponsor HR 3806: Consumer Data Breaches Underscore the Need for The Personal Data Notification and Protection Act

The number of cybersecurity incidents continues to rise and companies continue to have consumer data stolen from their networks.  Often, the notification to consumers about such breaches is slow and inconsistently executed across states. The breach of Uber in
which hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers is the most recent example.  The ride sharing service concealed the details of the breach for more than a year, even paying the attackers a significant sum to remain silent. This breach
follows Equifax losing control of the highly sensitive personal and financial information of as many as 143 million Americans, throwing in stark relief the scope and damage
that can be caused by these incidents. In the weeks since the Equifax breach was first revealed, confusion has abounded among people wondering whether or not their data have been exposed and what Equifax knew when.

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Today – Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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Briefing Tomorrow – Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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Briefing 1/17 – Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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LAST CALL: Urge President Trump to Recognize Climate Change as a National Security Threat

In his National Security Strategy released on December 18, 2017, the President failed to include climate change as a threat to the United States, despite all scientific evidence to the contrary. The President’s own Secretary of Defense has stated that a
changing climate will impact our security, and Congress affirmed in the FY18 NDAA that climate change is a direct threat to our national security. Failing to recognize this threat in the National Security Strategy is a significant step backwards when it comes
to pragmatically addressing this issue.

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Briefing 1/17 — Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences

By now, your office should have received an invitation to a lunch briefing on Wednesday, January 17th entitled, Expanding Apprenticeships in the US: Learning from German Experiences. As co-chairs of the Congressional Career and Technical
Education Caucus, we hope you and your staff will join us for this important discussion. For more information and to register, please see the full invitation below.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Urge President Trump to Recognize Climate Change as a National Security Threat

In his National Security Strategy released on December 18, 2017, the President failed to include climate change as a threat to the United States, despite all scientific evidence to the contrary. The President’s own Secretary of Defense has stated that a
changing climate will impact our security, and Congress affirmed in the FY18 NDAA that climate change is a direct threat to our national security. Failing to recognize this threat in the National Security Strategy is a significant step backwards when it comes
to pragmatically addressing this issue.

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