Original Co-Sponsor – Anti-Doping Bill

We write to you today in defense of fair sport. Doping fraud conspiracies damage the integrity of competition and defraud individuals and corporate entities who participate in international sport, including clean U.S. athletes, sponsors, and banking institutions.

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Become an Original Co-Sponsor ”EMANCIPATION NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL”

I invite you to join me as an original co-sponsor of the “Emancipation National Historic Trail Act,” which will lead to the creation of the Emancipation National Historic Trail, extending approximately 51 miles from the Osterman Building and Reedy Chapel
in Galveston, Texas, along Texas State Highway 3 and Interstate 45 North to Freedmen’s Town and Emancipation Park in Houston, Texas. This trail follows the migration route taken by newly freed slaves from the major 19th century seaport town of Galveston to
the burgeoning community of Freedmen’s Town, which is now the 4th Ward of Houston, home to the 18th Congressional District.

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Become an Original Co-Sponsor ”EMANCIPATION NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL” H.R 434

I invite you to join me as an original co-sponsor of the “Emancipation National Historic Trail Act,” which will lead to the creation of the Emancipation National Historic Trail, extending approximately 51 miles from the Osterman Building and Reedy Chapel
in Galveston, Texas, along Texas State Highway 3 and Interstate 45 North to Freedmen’s Town and Emancipation Park in Houston, Texas. This trail follows the migration route taken by newly freed slaves from the major 19th century seaport town of Galveston to
the burgeoning community of Freedmen’s Town, which is now the 4th Ward of Houston, home to the 18th Congressional District.

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HR 40, The “Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act”

Please join me as an original cosponsors of H.R. 40, the “Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act Democracy Restoration Act of 2019.”  This legislation was first introduced by retired Member of Congress John Conyers
of Michigan in 1989, and was intended to examine the institution of slavery in the colonies and the United States from 1619 to the present, and further recommend appropriate remedies.

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