From Dean Phillips <[email protected]>
Subject Three questions
Date December 4, 2021 4:00 PM
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As a country, we've made some big strides in the last month:

On November 5, Congress passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill to invest in roads, bridges, public transit, power grid, water infrastructure, and more.

On November 15, President Biden signed the infrastructure deal into law.

On November 19, House Democrats passed the Build Back Better Act, including investments in child care, universal pre-K, elder care, affordable housing, and climate action.
This progress was possible because voters like you spoke out and lawmakers listened. So today, I want to check back in with you about what we should prioritize next.

Tell me: What's on your mind? What should Congress focus on in the coming months? Take one minute to let me know.

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The infrastructure bill and the Build Back Better Act will improve people's lives in every state. There's a lot to celebrate, to be sure -- but our work is far from done.

We've got to end the epidemic of gun violence, protect voting rights, and solve supply chain issues. We need to preserve reproductive freedom, create fair pathways to citizenship, and help small businesses recover from the pandemic.

Your input will directly help me prioritize the many challenges we’re taking on in Congress. Take my short survey today so I know what matters most to you.

Thanks -- I look forward to hearing from you!


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