Cosponsor – HR 5939, the Udall Foundation Reauthorization

Please join us in supporting important updates and reauthorizing the Udall Foundation.  Since its establishment through legislation in 1992, the Morris K. Udall and Steward L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation) awarded over $700,000 in fellowships and about
$8,000,000 in scholarships to students, served over 3,000 youth in 10 states through its Parks in Focus which provides opportunities for the youth of the United States to learn about and experience the Nation’s parks and wilderness.  The Udall Foundation conducts
research and provides education and training to Native American and Alaska Native professionals and leaders on Native American and Alaska Native health care issues and tribal public policy through the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and
Policy. Further the Udall Foundation houses the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, which guides groups through a collaborative and consensus-building process for conflict resolution services.

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Cosponsor – HR 5939, the Udall Foundation Reauthorization

Please join us in supporting important updates and reauthorizing the Udall Foundation.  Since its establishment through legislation in 1992, the Morris K. Udall and Steward L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation) awarded over $700,000 in fellowships and about
$8,000,000 in scholarships to students, served over 3,000 youth in 10 states through its Parks in Focus which provides opportunities for the youth of the United States to learn about and experience the Nation’s parks and wilderness.  The Udall Foundation conducts
research and provides education and training to Native American and Alaska Native professionals and leaders on Native American and Alaska Native health care issues and tribal public policy through the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and
Policy. Further the Udall Foundation houses the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, which guides groups through a collaborative and consensus-building process for conflict resolution services.

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Cosponsor – HR 5939, the Udall Foundation Reauthorization

Please join us in supporting important updates and reauthorizing the Udall Foundation.  Since its establishment through legislation in 1992, the Morris K. Udall and Steward L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation) awarded over $700,000 in fellowships and about
$8,000,000 in scholarships to students, served over 3,000 youth in 10 states through its Parks in Focus which provides opportunities for the youth of the United States to learn about and experience the Nation’s parks and wilderness.  The Udall Foundation conducts
research and provides education and training to Native American and Alaska Native professionals and leaders on Native American and Alaska Native health care issues and tribal public policy through the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and
Policy. Further the Udall Foundation houses the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, which guides groups through a collaborative and consensus-building process for conflict resolution services.

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Cosponsor – HR 5939, the Udall Foundation Reauthorization

Please join us in supporting important updates and reauthorizing the Udall Foundation.  Since its establishment through legislation in 1992, the Morris K. Udall and Steward L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation) awarded over $700,000 in fellowships and about
$8,000,000 in scholarships to students, served over 3,000 youth in 10 states through its Parks in Focus which provides opportunities for the youth of the United States to learn about and experience the Nation’s parks and wilderness.  The Udall Foundation conducts
research and provides education and training to Native American and Alaska Native professionals and leaders on Native American and Alaska Native health care issues and tribal public policy through the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and
Policy. Further the Udall Foundation houses the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, which guides groups through a collaborative and consensus-building process for conflict resolution services.

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Cosponsor the LGBT Data Inclusion Act!

LGBT data collection has been under attack. The current lack of population-based data on the LGBT community inhibits the creation of sound public policy as well as the delivery of effective programs and services to all who live in this country. Expanding
and improving data collection and analysis about LGBT people is essential to better understanding the issues affecting our communities and to improve the health and well-being of all of our families. 

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LAST CALL: Letter to OMB opposing erasure of LGBT people from federal surveys

Over the course of the last 16 months, federal surveys and other data collections have slowly stopped asking about sexual orientation and/or gender identity (SOGI). This includes data collection about teen crime victims, homeless youth, and older Americans.
These questions ask respondents to voluntarily disclose their SOGI to help inform policy making. Rolling back these data collections weakens the limited data the federal government currently collects and ultimately makes it harder to effectively address the
needs of LGBT people.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Oppose the Erasure of LGBT People from Federal Surveys

Over the course of the last 16 months, federal surveys and other data collections have slowly stopped asking about sexual orientation and/or gender identity (SOGI). This includes data collection about teen crime victims, homeless youth, and older Americans.
These questions ask respondents to voluntarily disclose their SOGI to help inform policy making. Rolling back these data collections weakens the limited data the federal government currently collects and ultimately makes it harder to effectively address the
needs of LGBT people.

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Cosponsor the LGBT Data Inclusion Act!

LGBT data collection has been under attack from the new administration. In March, HHS decided to eliminate questions
about gender identity and sexual orientation from a survey on older Americans. The current lack of population-based data on the LGBT community inhibits the creation of sound public policy as well as the delivery of effective programs and services to all who
live in this country. Expanding and improving data collection and analysis about LGBT people is essential to better understanding the issues affecting our communities and to improve the health and well-being of all of our families. 

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Oppose the Erasure of LGBT People from Federal Surveys

Over the course of the last 16 months, federal surveys and other data collections have slowly stopped asking about sexual orientation and/or gender identity (SOGI). This includes data collection about teen crime victims, homeless youth, and older Americans.
These questions ask respondents to voluntarily disclose their SOGI to help inform policy making. Rolling back these data collections weakens the limited data the federal government currently collects and ultimately makes it harder to effectively address the
needs of LGBT people.

Read More