Become a Citizen Co-sponsor of Pramila's Legislation
Pramila is fighting for our shared progressive values in Washington, D.C. Since January, she's advanced important legislation -- and now she's calling on you to sign on as a citizen co-sponsor of the following bills:
- College for All legislation
- "100 by 50" measure to combat climate change
- Resolution of Inquiry into Jeff Sessions' role in possible obstruction of justice
- Access to Counsel Act to ensure due process for all detained at our borders
- Pramila's Environmental Justice package
- "Score Before the Floor" law to require a Congressional Budget Office Score
College for All legislation
The College for All Act, introduced with Senator Bernie Sanders, would get rid of tuition and fess at public colleges and universities for families making up to $125,000 -- 80 percent of all students -- and make community colleges tuition-free for everyone.
"100 by 50" measure to combat climate change
"100 by 50" is the first bill introduced in the House that fully envisions a complete transition off fossils fuels for the United States: 100 percent renewable by 2050. This is a major step in the fight to protect our planet.
Resolution of Inquiry into Jeff Sessions' role in possible obstruction of justice
With Rep. David Cicilline, Pramila introduced a resolution of inquiry demanding the Trump administration release all information regarding Attorney General Jeff Sessions' role in firing FBI Director James Comey.
Access to Counsel Act to ensure due process for all detained at our borders
The Access to Counsel Act, Pramila's first bill, introduced with Senator Kamala Harris, ensures that anyone held or detained while entering the United States is guaranteed access to legal counsel.
Pramila's Environmental Justice package
A pair of bills would establish Offices of Environmental justice in the EPA and the Executive Office of the President, codifying the $16 million Environmental Justice Small Grants program into law and requiring environmental justice assessments of all executive orders.
"Score Before the Floor" law to require a Congressional Budget Office Score
This bill changes House rules to make sure every piece of budget-impacting legislation is evaluated by the Congressional Budget Office before being voted upon - a response to the disastrous Republican attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act without getting a CBO score first.