Reintroduction of the Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act

We live in an increasingly digitized world. Digital goods and services make consumption of entertainment media more convenient and have a lighter carbon footprint than their tangible analogs. In addition, many vital health, education, and computer systems
have turned to digital goods and services to increase the reliability and efficiency of access to important data.

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LAST CALL – Support Military Burn Trauma Research for our Men and Women in Uniform, Veterans and Civilians

Please join us in requesting $10 million for the Department of Defense Military Burn Trauma Research Program in the Fiscal Year 2020 Defense Appropriations bill.  Since FY 2007, Congress has included funding to support multi-center clinical trials to improve
care for those members of the armed forces suffering from serious burn injuries during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.  We strongly believe that continued funding for military burn research is critical to ensuring that we are providing the best possible
care to our wounded service members.

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Support Military Burn Trauma Research for our Men and Women in Uniform, Veterans and Civilians

Please join us in requesting $10 million for the Department of Defense Military Burn Trauma Research Program in the Fiscal Year 2020 Defense Appropriations bill.  Since FY 2007, Congress has included funding to support multi-center clinical trials to improve
care for those members of the armed forces suffering from serious burn injuries during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.  We strongly believe that continued funding for military burn research is critical to ensuring that we are providing the best possible
care to our wounded service members.

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CLOSING TODAY: Support FY20 Funding for Tourette Syndrome

As supporters of the Tourette Syndrome Education and Research Program, established by Congress in the Children’s Health Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-310), we request your support for $2 million to ensure that progress continues to be made in improving the lives
of children and adults affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) in the United States. 

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Support Military Burn Trauma Research for our Men and Women in Uniform, Veterans and Civilians

Please join us in requesting $10 million for the Department of Defense Military Burn Trauma Research Program in the Fiscal Year 2020 Defense Appropriations bill.  Since FY 2007, Congress has included funding to support multi-center clinical trials to improve
care for those members of the armed forces suffering from serious burn injuries during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.  We strongly believe that continued funding for military burn research is critical to ensuring that we are providing the best possible
care to our wounded service members.

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Deadline Extended: Support FY20 Funding for Tourette Syndrome

As supporters of the Tourette Syndrome Education and Research Program, established by Congress in the Children’s Health Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-310), we request your support for $2 million to ensure that progress continues to be made in improving the lives
of children and adults affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) in the United States. 

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