Support U.S.-Azerbaijan Relations in the FY17 Budget (v. 2)

We ask that you sign onto a bipartisan letter we are sending to the Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs requesting that it maintain the compromise language on humanitarian assistance to the victims of the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict in the FY 2017 State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Appropriations bill.

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Join the Congressional Tourette Syndrome Caucus!

The Congressional Tourette Syndrome Caucus recognizes the needs of children and adults living with Tourette and will strive to educate and involve members on the topic as it is addressed by Congress. To learn more about the Caucus, please visit our webpage at http://cohen.house.gov/congressional-tourette-syndrome-caucus.

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Make Sure Shrinking Airline Seats are Safe (v. 2)

We urge you to support air traveler safety and health by cosponsoring this bipartisan bill, the Seat Egress in Air Travel (SEAT) Act. This bill would direct the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish minimum seat size standards for passenger seats on aircrafts operated by carriers in the U.S.

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Support U.S.-Azerbaijan Relations in the FY17 Budget

We ask that you sign the letter below that we are sending to the Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs requesting that the Subcommittee maintain the compromise language on humanitarian assistance to the victims of the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict in the FY 2017 State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Appropriations bill.

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Make Sure Shrinking Airline Seats are Safe

I urge you to support air traveler safety and health by cospnsoring Seat Egress in Air Travel (SEAT) Act. This bill would direct the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish minimum seat size standards for passenger seats on aircrafts operated by carriers in the U.S.

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Give Non-Violent Ex-Offenders a Fresh Start in Life

Even if you commit a non-violent offense, you may face a life sentence. That’s because the stigma of your conviction will follow you around for the rest of your life. Employment, education, and housing opportunities – the very things necessary to start your life anew – can all be denied on the basis of a conviction in your past.

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