Updates

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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Get Vaccinated

This morning I paid tribute to the 697,868 Americans who have died from COVID-19. Every day, this number continues to rise. Please wear a mask and #getvaccinated.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal — Build Back Better Plan

From rebuilding our roads and bridges, fighting the climate crisis, creating good paying jobs, investing in the next generation, universal pre-K, and free community college, we have a historic, once-in-a-generation opportunity to deliver real results for the American people. Both the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and the Build Back Better agenda will do just that.

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It’s National Voter Registration Day!

Today, we are raising awareness about the importance of registering to vote to ensure every American has a say in the issues that impact our lives and our country. Make sure you are registered, help your family and friends to register, or update your voter registration information at usa.gov.

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National Defense Authorization Act

I voted to pass the National Defense Authorization Act and am thrilled it includes three of my amendments. Two of these amendments aim to support military women and families by requiring reports on access to menstrual products and accommodations and on potential TRICARE coverage of preconception and prenatal genetic carrier screening tests. My other amendment expands the definition of PFAS to better align with the current science. This change will help keep our servicemembers and all Americans safe from toxic chemicals.

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WHPA

Equal access to abortion care—everywhere—is essential to social and economic participation, reproductive autonomy and the right for women to determine their own lives. That’s why I voted for and cosponsored #WHPA.

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Medicaid Expansion

North Carolina is one of 12 states that has refused to expand Medicaid, leaving more than 500,000 low-income North Carolinians without access to healthcare. Our people shouldn’t have to wait any longer for the care they need – I urge the General Assembly to include Medicaid expansion in the budget.

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