Sep 18, 2014 Newsletter
9/11 is one of those singular events in our nation’s history – seared forever into our collective memory by the shared pain of unbearable sorrow. It is a loss that leaves such an indelible mark – we knew the instant that it happened that we would all be changed forever. After 9/11, we said that we would ‘never forget.’ Not someday forget – not eventually forget – we vowed we would never forget.
Sep 10, 2014 Newsletter

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Aug 5, 2014 Newsletter
The past few weeks have been a whirlwind. We’ve had good news – like the President’s announcement that same sex couples will finally be covered under the Family Medical Leave Act and disappointing news – such as the Hobby Lobby decision giving bosses control over a woman’s health care decisions. I’m doing everything I can to reverse the Hobby Lobby decision and have more information on that below.
Jun 11, 2014 Newsletter
The past few months in Congress have been incredibly busy. The House passed my bills to crack down on human trafficking, provide grants for rape kit DNA analysis and establish a Congressional Commission on creating a National Women's History Museum. Read about this important work, and don't hesitate to call or email my office if you need more information.
Mar 27, 2014 Newsletter
We’ve had a busy couple of months! We’re making progress on passing legislation to help establish a National Women’s History Museum on or near the National Mall. We’ve stood together for democracy in Ukraine, worked to secure reparations for Holocaust survivors and made the case for new technologies that can prevent gun violence. You may have also seen that the Today Show visited the home away from home I share with two other great Members of Congress, giving viewers an inside look at our daily lives! Take a look at the news below and don’t forget to follow me on Twitter for daily updates.
Dec 30, 2013 Newsletter
What a year 2013 has been! We overcame tough opposition to successfully secure funding for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts and renew the Violence Against Women Act. Congress, at long last, passed a budget. The credit card reforms I authored are in full effect and are saving consumers more than $20 billion a year. As I reflect on 2013, I am inspired by what we were able to achieve and sharpened in my resolve to complete our unfinished work. Read on to learn the details of my efforts in the House this year, and don’t hesitate to email any questions you may have
Jul 23, 2013 Newsletter
With two weeks to go in its July work schedule, the conservative House majority has, just since July 4, blocked funding for food stamps, refused to consider the Senate-passed comprehensive immigration reform bill, and locked in harmful cuts to U.S. elementary and secondary schools. It’s an astonishing track record, and the month isn’t over yet. In the stories below, I cover those issues and also the Supreme Court’s decisions on gay marriage and the Voting Rights Act; my introduction of the “Flexibility for Working Families Act” and the “Fair Access to Co-Ops for Veterans Act”; and an award I was honored to receive from the Consumer Federation of America for my work on credit card reforms.
May 27, 2013 Newsletter
As we celebrate this year’s commemoration of our nation’s war dead, more and more of our brave young men and women are returning home from the war in Afghanistan, or have already left the service after serving in Iraq. Now more than ever, it is essential that veterans get the benefits and services they've earned in our nation’s service.
May 24, 2013 Newsletter
On Wednesday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, on which I serve, conducted its own hearing on the IRS mess (following on the heels of a similar hearing held by the tax-writing Senate Finance Committee earlier this week and the House Ways& Means Committee last Friday).
Apr 16, 2013 Newsletter
The bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon yesterday are a sad reminder that tragedy can strike at any time and any place. The source of these bombs is still not known, but their orchestration and timing suggest a premeditated desire to do as much damage as possible. And serious damage was done. At this writing, less than 24 hours after the bombings, three have died; over 100 are hospitalized; many were maimed.