Cosponsor the Bipartisan SCRAP Act

We invite you to cosponsor the Stop Congressional Retirees’ Accessing Perks (SCRAP) Act, a bill that would eliminate several unnecessary and costly perks for former members of Congress.

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Join Representatives Norman, Fleischmann, Black, Raskin, and McMorris Rodgers in Supporting American Newsprint Producers

Please join Representatives Fleischmann, Black, Raskin, McMorris Rodgers, and Norman in signing a letter to Secretary Ross of the Department of Commerce and Ambassador Lighthizer, the United States Trade Representative. Currently, the Department
of Commerce is considering two petitions seeking antidumping and countervailing duties against Canadian imports of uncoated groundwood paper. Uncoated groundwood paper is used in the production of newspapers and other print publishing processes. These petitions
were filed on behalf of one US company, but have the potential to impact a wide range of businesses across the nation. From newspapers to media production companies, the potential economic impact of government intervention in free markets could be devastating.

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Cosponsor Taxpayer-Friendly Pell for Performance Act

Pell Grants are a vital option for low-income students who seek an affordable college education to start their careers. Students obtain Pell Grants through the Federal Pell Grant program with few strings attached
to make sure they are focused on graduating on time and finishing their degrees. The Pell Grant program is currently funded at $22.47 billion with students receiving 82% more in grants than a decade ago. Unfortunately, the increase in Pell Grant spending is
a contributing factor in driving up college tuitions by 64% for public universities, thus impacting the affordability for all students. Sadly, in its present state the Pell Grant program fails both the student and ultimately the taxpayer.

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Cosponsor Regulatory Improvement Bill to Rulemaking Process (H.R. 4231)

We invite you to cosponsor a bill that supports transparent and commonsense rulemaking. The Better Evaluation of Science and Technology (BEST) Act is the House companion bill to S. 578, introduced by Sen. James Lankford (R-OK). This legislation would require
the use of the “best science available” before enacting new regulations across all federal agencies.

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Support Reauthorization of the Generalized System of Preferences Program

Please join me in signing onto a letter to Chairman Kevin Brady and Ranking Member Richard Neal of the Ways and Means Committee. On December 31, 2017, the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Program is set to expire and must be reauthorized. GSP eliminates
US import tariffs on non-sensitive products imported from more than 120 developing countries . These tariffs would ultimately be paid by American manufacturers, farmers, and consumers if GSP  expires.

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Support Reauthorization of the Generalized System of Preferences Program

Please join me in signing onto a letter to Chairman Kevin Brady and Ranking Member Richard Neal of the Ways and Means Committee. On December 31, 2017, the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Program is set to expire and must be reauthorized. GSP eliminates
US import tariffs on non-sensitive products imported from more than 120 developing countries . These tariffs would ultimately be paid by American manufacturers, farmers, and consumers if GSP  expires.

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