Cosponsor H.R. 3913, the Lifespan Respite Care Reauthorization Act

There are an estimated 43 million family caregivers in the U.S. Whether tending to a father with Alzheimer’s disease, a mother with Multiple Sclerosis, an injured spouse from combat overseas, or a child with autism, these caregivers provide an estimated $470 billion in uncompensated care in the U.S., more than the total Medicaid spending in 2013. Family caregivers devote a substantial amount of time and effort caring for their loved ones to make it possible for their family member to remain in the home.

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Perkins Reauthorization: Implementation and Funding

As co-chairs of the bipartisan Career and Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, we would like to invite you and your staff to a briefing on Reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, on Wednesday, January 27, at 10:45 am in 2103 Rayburn.

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NEW DEADLINE: Join 110 Bipartisan Signers of Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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CLOSING TODAY: Join 70+ Bipartisan Signers of Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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Wassenaar Arrangement Export Controls Could Harm Cybersecurity

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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Support the Langevin-Thompson Amendment to HR 3136!

From: The Honorable James R. Langevin Sent By: sam.morgante@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 3136 Date: 7/23/2014 Dear Colleague: We urge you to support the bipartisan Langevin-Thompson amendment (#1) to H.R. 3136, the Advancing Competency-Based Education Demonstration Project Act. The amendment would allow eligible entities to submit to the Director of the Institute of Education information regarding the number […]

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