Demand Answers: What is HHS Doing with Children Separated from Parents?

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) under the Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for the safety and care of migrant children. Due to the Trump administration’s cruel and horrific family separation policy, thousands of children, including
infants and toddlers, have been taken from their parents at the southern border and ended up at ORR shelters. Because of the significant increase in the number of children they have taken in, please join me in demanding that ORR demonstrate that it has the
ability and resources to safely and appropriately care for all of these young children.

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Support National Small Business Week Resolution

Please join us in honoring the achievements and entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses in the United States by cosponsoring a bipartisan resolution recognizing the 55th anniversary of National Small Business Week, which begins on April 29,
2018.

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Support National Small Business Week Resolution

Please join us in honoring the achievements and entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses in the United States by cosponsoring a bipartisan resolution recognizing the 55th anniversary of National Small Business Week, which begins on April 29,
2018.

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LAST CALL: Juvenile Justice in CJS Approps

Please join us in supporting federal investment in juvenile justice programs for FY 2019. Federal funding of these important programs is a proven and cost-effective way to prevent crime in local communities, reduce youth incarceration, and
foster better outcomes for youth. Additionally, federal investment in juvenile justice is fiscally responsible because prevention and intervention programs keep at-risk youth out of the criminal justice system and saves taxpayer dollars by reducing incarceration
rates.

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Closing TODAY: Juvenile Justice Programs

Please join us in supporting federal investment in juvenile justice programs for FY 2019. Federal funding of these important programs is a proven and cost-effective way to prevent crime in local communities, reduce youth incarceration, and
foster better outcomes for youth. Additionally, federal investment in juvenile justice is fiscally responsible because prevention and intervention programs keep at-risk youth out of the criminal justice system and saves taxpayer dollars by reducing incarceration
rates.

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