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Justice For All

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Now more than ever, voices of hatred and division threaten our national unity and our strength as a nation of immigrants.  House Democrats are working to ensure that America lives up to its highest ideals.  This year, the House has passed resolutions condemning white nationalism, white supremacy, anti-Semitism, anti-Muslim bigotry, and bigotry against minorities.

Among those most vulnerable are our fellow Americans in the LGBTQ+ community.  House Democrats passed the Equality Act to prohibit discrimination of the LGBTQ+ community in public accommodations, public housing, education, and employment.  Gender identity is specifically defined as among the prohibited categories of discrimination.  House Democrats have also passed legislation that would block the Trump Administration’s ban on transgender Americans serving in the military.

House Democrats support comprehensive immigration reform that includes smart border security, common-sense reforms to our immigration laws, and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.  The House passed the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019, which prohibits the removal of certain undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children and those who have lived here for many years under Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure.

Whip Clyburn supports H.R. 40, a bill to study the crushing economic, educational, and health impacts of centuries of slavery and later statutorily recognized forms of discrimination (like Jim Crow laws) on African Americans.  This commission will recommend appropriate remedies to address the negative impact of intentionally structured disenfranchisement and discrimination.  Congress must act so that we do not repeat the mistakes of the past and instead move toward a brighter future for all Americans.

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