Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act – Deadline Extended!

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

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Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act – Deadline Extended!

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

Read More

Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act – Deadline Extended

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

Read More

Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act – Deadline Extended

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

Read More

Support Women in the Workplace

Last week marked the 10 year anniversary of the enactment of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which was President Obama’s first bill signed into law and an important victory for women seeking to challenge pay discrimination in court. This marker is a reminder
on the progress we have made, but it is also a call for a comprehensive approach towards equality for women in the workplace.

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FEB 7 Briefing – States of Child Care in America

If families in every state were able to access affordable child care, the returns from increased labor force participation would amount to approximately $59 billion annually, boosting U.S. gross domestic product by around 1.2 percent. Work is a fact of life
for most parents of very young children, yet child care costs, particularly for infants and toddlers, can take over half of families’ earned income. In 28 states and Washington, D.C., center-based child care for infants and toddlers is more expensive than
in-state tuition and fees at a public university.

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FEB 7 Briefing – States of Child Care in America

If families in every state were able to access affordable child care, the returns from increased labor force participation would amount to approximately $59 billion annually, boosting U.S. gross domestic product by roughly 1.2 percent. Work is a fact of
life for most parents of very young children, yet child care costs, particularly for infants and toddlers, can take over half of families’ earned income. In 28 states and Washington, D.C., center-based child care for infants and toddlers is more expensive
than in-state tuition and fees at a public university.

Read More

Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act – Deadline Extended

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

Read More

Fight the Flu! Cosponsor the Flu Vaccine Act

Please join me in cosponsoring the Flu Vaccine Act, which authorizes a $1 billion investment over five years for a universal flu vaccine ($200 million each year) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A universal flu vaccine
could be administered once or twice and provide a lifetime of protection.

Read More

FEB 7 Briefing – States of Child Care in America

If families in every state were able to access affordable child care, the returns from increased labor force participation would amount to approximately $59 billion annually, boosting U.S. gross domestic product by roughly 1.2 percent. Work is a fact of
life for most parents of very young children, yet child care costs, particularly for infants and toddlers, can take over half of families’ earned income. In 28 states and Washington, D.C., center-based child care for infants and toddlers is more expensive
than in-state tuition and fees at a public university.

Read More