Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

Our water infrastructure is in a state of emergency. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost running
water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop sewage
overflows and stem our water affordability crisis.

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Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

Our water infrastructure is in a state of emergency. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost running
water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop sewage
overflows and stem our water affordability crisis.

Read More

Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

Our water infrastructure is in a state of emergency. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost running
water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop sewage
overflows and stem our water affordability crisis.

Read More

Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

Our water infrastructure is in a state of emergency. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost running
water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop sewage
overflows and stem our water affordability crisis.

Read More

Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

Our water infrastructure is in a state of emergency. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost running
water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop sewage
overflows and stem our water affordability crisis.

Read More

Become an Original Cosponsor of the WATER Act of 2018!

We are in a state of emergency with our water infrastructure. People in Flint, Michigan, still do not have access to safe drinking water. They are not alone. Families in communities across the country, from Detroit to Philadelphia to San Diego, have lost
running water or access to safe drinking water in their homes because they can not afford the increasing costs of water rates. We need a major federal investment in our public water infrastructure to renovate our nation’s old and lead-ridden water pipes, stop
sewage overflows and stop a water affordability crisis.

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Support America’s Workers – Fund DOL Worker Protection Agencies

Please join us in requesting $2.45 billion for worker protection agencies within the Department of Labor. This funding increase will support agencies that enforce workplace safety, protect workers’ retirement savings and go after wage-theft violators, among
other important responsibilities. This request represents full funding based on the size of our current civilian labor force.

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CLOSING SOON: PROVIDE ECONOMIC SUPPORT TO SOMALIA

The U.S. continues to work closely with Somali leaders to destroy Al-Shabaab. But military successes risk being undone if we fail to adequately invest in Somalia’s political and economic development. While Somalia saw its first peaceful transition of presidential
power in February 2017, the political and economic development of the country remains fragile. The Administration acknowledged this reality by requesting increased funds to maintain an expanded, enduring diplomatic presence in Mogadishu in order to keep pace
with Somalia’s transformation.

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