Press Releases

June 2018
As Inequality Reaches Highest Levels Since The Great Depression, Senate & House Democrats Introduce New Legislation To Provide A Better Deal For American Workers
Scott, Murray Oppose Rule Delay to Hold Online Education Programs Accountable
Democratic Health Leaders Respond to Trump Administration’s Attack on Access to Affordable Care and the Rule of Law
Blunt Rochester Leads Education And Workforce Committee Democrats Call for Secretary DeVos to Clarify Testimony on Gun Violence and School Safety
In Secretary Azar’s First Appearance Before the Committee, Democrats Seek Answers on Health Care Sabotage, Attacks on Civil Rights
Rep. Adriano Espaillat Leads Congressional Call For Secretary DeVos to Correct Testimony and Uphold Obligation to Serve All Students
Scott, Neal Release New GAO Report on the Solvency of the Black Lung Trust Fund
Scott Statement on May Jobs Report
Democratic Health Leaders Call on Departments to Hold Off on Junk Insurance Rule and Redo Dubious Analysis
May 2018
Committee Democrats at Hearing: President Trump Has Broken His Promise to Workers
In Secretary Devos’s First Appearance Before the Committee, Democrats Seek Answers on Conflicts of Interest, Support for For-Profit Colleges, and Attacks on Civil Rights
Chu, Menendez, Scott, Lofgren Introduce Bicameral POWER ACT to Protect Immigrant Workers
As Teacher Marches And Protests Sweep The Country, House & Senate Democratic Leaders Unveil New “Better Deal” Proposal To Provide Major Boost In Teacher Pay And Make Investments In America’s Schools
Ranking Member Scott’s Statement on Supreme Court Decision Undermining Employees’ Rights to Collective Action
Reps. Takano and Bonamici Raise Concerns about Conflict of Interest at the Office of Federal Student Aid
Committee Democrats Honor Brown v Board Anniversary by Highlighting Administration’s Attacks on Students’ Civil Rights
On the Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, Top Democrats Introduce a Resolution to Affirm Support for Meaningful Enforcement of the Civil Rights Act
Bipartisan Lawmakers Challenge Education Department’s Attempt to Block State Consumer Protection Laws
Members Discuss Bipartisan Retirement Savings Solutions, Press for Further Action to Ensure All Americans Can Retire with Dignity
Top Democrats Urge Department of Education to Maintain Rule Intended to End Harmful Practices for Students of Color and Children with Disabilities
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