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They reintroduced the Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act (S. 1779/H.R. 3214) to ensure the gun industry is not shielded from liability if it is negligent or disregards public safety.
She introduced the No Shame at School Act (H.R. 3366) with 20 cosponsors to prevent shaming students who cannot afford to pay for their meals, improve the process of certifying children eligible for free or reduced-price meals, and provide retroactive funding for children deemed eligible during the school year.
They introduced the Universal Child Care and Early Learning Act (S. 1878/H.R. 3315), which would create a network of federally funded but locally run child care centers around the country and ensure that no family spends more than 7 percent of its annual income on child care.
He successfully offering an amendment to the FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act that would ensure Federal Education Association members who qualify for reimbursement for moving expenses are also reimbursed for taxes on that money.
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