Support A Fair Approach to Surprise Billing in Year-End Package

Surprise billing leaves many American patients with massive, unexpected charges after they receive care from emergency departments or out-of-network providers based at in-network facilities. Often, these bills are for hundreds of thousands of dollars and
can come weeks or months after a procedure, blindsiding patients and their families.

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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME Commemorative Coin

Sending Office: Honorable Joseph D. Morelle Sent By: Joanne.Stiles@mail.house.gov National Women’s Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act Endorsed by the National Women’s Hall of Fame Current Cosponsors (57): Moore, Reed, Meng, Clarke, Dingell, Higgins, Maloney (Carolyn), Matsui, McGovern, Nadler, Norton, Kaptur, Beyer, Tonko, Ocasio-Cortez, Brindisi, Grijalva, Rice (Kathleen), DeLauro, Espaillat, Schakowsky, Pallone, Jr., Khanna, Meeks, Rose (Max), Zeldin, Velázquez, King (Peter), Roybal-Allard, Engel, […]

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CAMPUS Act – Emergency Campus Aid

Every American, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, disability, or family circumstance should have the opportunity to attend a higher education institution and achieve a meaningful degree. Great strides have been made to increase college enrollment
for low-and middle-income individuals, however, the opportunity to pursue a degree does not guarantee college completion. Unfortunately, students whose families are in the bottom half of the income distribution earn credentials at a lower rate than their peers
in the upper half of the income distribution.  Unanticipated emergencies, like a flat tire, losing a job unexpectedly, or a sudden health issue should not be the reason why a student does not complete their degree or credential. And yet, for too many low-income
students, these non-tuition costs can be the financial tipping point that causes them to drop out.

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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME Commemorative Coin

Sending Office: Honorable Joseph D. Morelle Sent By: Joanne.Stiles@mail.house.gov National Women’s Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act Endorsed by the National Women’s Hall of Fame Current Cosponsors (55): Moore, Reed, Meng, Clarke, Dingell, Higgins, Maloney (Carolyn), Matsui, McGovern, Nadler, Norton, Kaptur, Beyer, Tonko, Ocasio-Cortez, Brindisi, Grijalva, Rice (Kathleen), DeLauro, Espaillat, Schakowsky, Pallone, Jr., Khanna, Meeks, Rose (Max), Zeldin, Velázquez, King (Peter), Roybal-Allard, Engel, […]

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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME Commemorative Coin

Sending Office: Honorable Joseph D. Morelle Sent By: Joanne.Stiles@mail.house.gov National Women’s Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act Endorsed by the National Women’s Hall of Fame Current Cosponsors (53): Moore, Reed, Meng, Clarke, Dingell, Higgins, Maloney (Carolyn), Matsui, McGovern, Nadler, Norton, Kaptur, Beyer, Tonko, Ocasio-Cortez, Brindisi, Grijalva, Rice (Kathleen), DeLauro, Espaillat, Schakowsky, Pallone, Jr., Khanna, Meeks, Rose (Max), Zeldin, Velázquez, King (Peter), Roybal-Allard, Engel, […]

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NATIONAL WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME Commemorative Coin

Sending Office: Honorable Joseph D. Morelle Sent By: Joanne.Stiles@mail.house.gov National Women’s Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act Endorsed by the National Women’s Hall of Fame Current Cosponsors (51): Moore, Reed, Meng, Clarke, Dingell, Higgins, Maloney (Carolyn), Matsui, McGovern, Nadler, Norton, Kaptur, Beyer, Tonko, Ocasio-Cortez, Brindisi, Grijalva, Rice (Kathleen), DeLauro, Espaillat, Schakowsky, Pallone, Jr., Khanna, Meeks, Rose (Max), Zeldin, Velázquez, King (Peter), Roybal-Allard, Engel, […]

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