Updates

Magellan Charter School

Congratulations to Magellan Charter School, which was ranked the No.3 K-8 school in the nation, along with four other schools in the Triangle that made the list. I applaud all of our educators who have shown incredible commitment to learning during the pandemic.

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200,000 Documented Dreamers

Thank you Pareen Mhatre for sharing your story. It’s young adults like you who will help pave the way for the 200,000 Documented Dreamers across the country. These young people only know the U.S. as home. I am committed to working with my colleagues to find a pathway to allow them to stay in this country legally.

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North Carolina Embraces Diversity

A true public leader respects their constituents and sets an example for the next generation. Sadly, the Lt. Governor has failed the people of North Carolina in these respects. His hateful comments are concerning, and I stand with the LGBTQ+ community in condemning them. North Carolina embraces diversity and is a welcoming, inclusive state. These comments do not reflect our people or values.

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Ransom Disclosure Act

Ransomware attacks are becoming more common every year, threatening our national security, economy, and critical infrastructure. In North Carolina, we saw the damage the Colonial Pipeline attack had on our community. That’s why I introduced the Ransom Disclosure Act, legislation that provides DHS with critical data on ransomware payments in order to bolster our understanding of how cybercriminal enterprises operate.

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Top 10 Cities To Start a Business

Great news – Raleigh ranks as one of the top 10 cities to start a business. We have some of the most innovative businesses across the state that contribute to our economy and make North Carolina a great place to live.

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Indigenous Peoples’ Day

On Indigenous Peoples’ Day we honor and celebrate the history and culture of America’s Native communities. I’d like to highlight Secretary Deb Haaland who is the first Native American to serve as a cabinet secretary in U.S. history. Today I cheer her on as she runs the Boston Marathon.

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Happy #HispanicHeritageMonth to all those celebrating in NC-02 and across the country! Your pride, patriotism, and accomplishments make our community more vibrant and prosperous. Thank you for using your voices.

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Women’s Reproductive Freedom

So great to see so many people across Raleigh come out to support women’s reproductive freedom. Although I could not be there due to late votes in DC, I stand with women across North Carolina and the U.S. in demanding equal access to abortion care and voted last month to make it equally accessible in every state. Equal access to care—everywhere—is essential to social and economic participation, reproductive freedom, and the right to determine our own lives. In Congress, I will keep fighting for women and will continue to push back against egregious abortion bans.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. We remember all the survivors who have defeated the disease and loved ones who have passed away from their battle with breast cancer. In the U.S, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. This month, we recommit ourselves to funding resources for early detection, treatment, and a cure.

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