Today, Congressman Joe Morelle sent the attached letter urging the International Joint Commission (IJC) to take action to address dangerously high Lake Ontario water levels and develop a long-term plan to reduce potential for future flooding.
Today, Congressman Joe Morelle sent the attached letter urging Amazon Founder, Chairman, and CEO Jeff Bezos to reconsider Rochester, New York as a potential location for the future expansion of Amazon.com Inc.
Today, Congressman Joe Morelle released a letter calling on acting Attorney General Whittaker to take immediate action to address the growing instances of gun store burglaries that allow legal firearms to flow into the black market and the hands of dangerous criminals.
Rep. Joe Morelle and 301 of his other colleagues signed onto a bipartisan letter urging Administrator Seema Verma at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ensure, when considering the year 2020 plans, that the Medicare Advantage program continue to offer high quality, affordable options to roughly 22 million Americans who participate in the program. Read more below:
In light of the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Trump's ban on transgender soldiers from serving in the military, Rep. Joe Morelle signed on to a letter, authored by Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-05), addressed to Acting Secretary Patrick Shanahan urging him to not uphold the ban while the case is still in litigation. Read below:
Rep. Joe Morelle signed a letter today addressed to U.S.
Rep. Joe Morelle signed onto a letter today with many of his colleagues in the House of Representatives calling on the Trump Administration not appeal a recent court ruling to move forward in implementing the 2020 census without the harmful citizenship question.
Rep. Joe Morelle and his colleagues in the House of Reprpesentatives penned a letter to President Donald Trump today voicing concern over how the his needless shutdown is hurting affordable housing programs.
Rep. Joe Morelle signed onto a letter today, addressed to U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, where he and his colleagues displayed concern regarding the ability of student loan borrowers to keep up with payments while not receving pay.