[Request for Original Cosponsor] Kaptur/Ros-Lehtinen Bipartisan H.Res. on 2018 World Cup in Russia

As you may know, Russia will host the 2018 World Cup this June 14 to July 15, 2018. The games have an expected global viewership of 3.2 billion granting Russia significant prestige on the world stage. Meanwhile, FIFA set aside $627 million for local organization
in the country and the windfall Russia will garner from global tourism will lead to a significant boost for their economy currently saddled with global sanctions. 

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Protect EPA Air Quality Standards

Please join us in expressing grave concerns about Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Pruitt’s memorandum, published on May 9, 2018, which would undermine future National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) reviews and standard setting. The
memo asks the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) to consider “adverse social, economic, or energy effects” while setting NAAQS, which is a direct contradiction to a unanimous Supreme Court decision which noted that only public health
impacts should be considered during the standard setting process. This change would weaken the Clean Air Act and take a dangerous step back from progress made for public health with regard to air quality.

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[Request for Original Cosponsor] Kaptur/Ros-Lehtinen Bipartisan H.Res. on 2018 World Cup in Russia

As you may know, Russia will host the 2018 World Cup this June 14 to July 15, 2018. The games have an expected global viewership of 3.2 billion granting Russia significant prestige on the world stage. Meanwhile, FIFA set aside $627 million for local organization
in the country and the windfall Russia will garner from global tourism will lead to a significant boost for their economy currently saddled with global sanctions. 

Read More

Protect EPA Air Quality Standards

Please join us in expressing grave concerns about Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Pruitt’s memorandum, published on May 9, 2018, which would undermine future National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) reviews and standard setting.
The memo asks the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) to consider “adverse social, economic, or energy effects” while setting NAAQS, which is a direct contradiction to a unanimous Supreme Court decision which noted that
only public health impacts should be considered during the standard setting process. This change would weaken the Clean Air Act and take a dangerous step back from progress made for public health with regard to air quality.

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[Request for Original Cosponsor] Kaptur/Ros-Lehtinen Bipartisan H.Res. on 2018 World Cup in Russia

As you may know, Russia will host the 2018 World Cup this June 14 to July 15, 2018. The games have an expected global viewership of 3.2 billion granting Russia significant prestige on the world stage. Meanwhile, FIFA set aside $627 million for local organization
in the country and the windfall Russia will garner from global tourism will lead to a significant boost for their economy currently saddled with global sanctions. 

Read More

[Request for Original Cosponsor] Kaptur/Ros-Lehtinen Bipartisan H.Res. on 2018 World Cup in Russia

As you may know, Russia will host the 2018 World Cup this June 14 to July 15, 2018. The games have an expected global viewership of 3.2 billion granting Russia significant prestige on the world stage. Meanwhile, FIFA set aside $627 million for local organization
in the country and the windfall Russia will garner from global tourism will lead to a significant boost for their economy currently saddled with global sanctions. 

Read More

Protect EPA Air Quality Standards

Please join us in expressing grave concerns about Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Pruitt’s memorandum, published on May 9, 2018, which would undermine future National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) reviews and standard setting.
The memo asks the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) to consider “adverse social, economic, or energy effects” while setting NAAQS, which is a direct contradiction to a unanimous Supreme Court decision which noted that
only public health impacts should be considered during the standard setting process. This change would weaken the Clean Air Act and take a dangerous step back from progress made for public health with regard to air quality.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 252–Bipartisan House Resolution in Support of US – Lebanon Relationship

We invite you to join us in cosponsoring H.Res.252 – Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives on the challenges posed to long-term stability in Lebanon by the conflict in Syria and supporting the establishment of safe areas
in Syria, a House Resolution recognizing the challenges posed to long-term stability in Lebanon by the conflict in Syria. Lebanon has faced tremendous hardship in accepting a refugee population of more than 1.5 million, totaling over one third of their
population, as the Syrian conflict continues to devastate the region. Despite this, Lebanon has not only taken in these refugees during a time of political uncertainty, but has accomplished a transition to a new government through a democratic election, protected
the multi-party system, and worked to maintain a fragile infrastructure system to support the growing population.

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